Designed by Adam Savage
- Approximate dimensions of printed pattern: 30” x 52” / 762mm x 1321mm
- Digital download file format is PDF (non-vectored/password protected).
- Download the materials list here.
- The pattern is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
These plans are the recipe for making your own apron. I can’t WAIT to see your versions. Other materials, modifications, enhancements- share it all with me on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.
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