Ratatouille

Remy's Kitchen Towel Apron

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Remy's Kitchen Towel Apron
Total Time 1 hour Ages school-age

Every little chef should have an apron designed just for him. This no-sew apron is sized perfectly for kids, and it's made using a kitchen towel. Stencil the Ratatouille logo on the front of your apron and you're sure to get five stars from even the toughest critics.

Download Remy's Kitchen Towel Apron Template

What you'll need

  • Remy's Kitchen Towel Apron Logo Template
  • Flour sack dish towel
  • 2 yards ribbon, 1 inch thick
  • Fusible fabric bonding web, such as Stitch Witchery Iron Ironing board Press cloth Scrap paper Craft knife White fabric paint Freezer paper Scotch tape Sponge brush Fine-tipped paintbrush
  • Fusible fabric bonding web, such as Stitch Witchery
  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Press cloth
  • Scrap paper
  • Craft knife
  • White fabric paint
  • Freezer paper
  • Scotch tape
  • Sponge brush
  • Fine-tipped paintbrush

How to make it

  1. Remy's Apron

    Before getting started, wash, dry, and iron your kitchen towel.

  2. Remy's Apron

    Lay the towel out in front of you and fold the two top corners of the towel down, creating the bib of the apron.

  3. Place the bonding web inside each folded end of the towel, approximately 1.5" from the crease. Be sure that you are leaving enough space for the ribbon to run through. Iron to adhere the fabric, following the instructions on the package.

  4. Remy's Apron

    Push the ribbon through the sleeve of the apron. Use a pencil if you need to help guide it through. Let the ribbon form a loop at the neck, and let each end hang out the bottom. These loose ends will be used to tie the apron.

  5. Remy's Apron

    If the apron is too long, create a pocket by folding up the bottom edge of the towel and fusing the open ends using the bonding web. Iron the pocket closed following the instructions on the back of the fusible bonding.

  6. Print the logo template and tape it to the freezer paper.

  7. Remy's Apron

    Place the template and freezer paper on a protected surface (such as a cutting board) and cut out the stencil using a craft knife.

  8. Remy's Apron

    Tape the stencil to the center of the bib of the apron. Place a piece of scrap paper under the stencil to soak up any excess paint.

  9. Remy's Apron

    Use a foam brush to carefully apply the fabric paper. Be careful not to tug at the stencil so that you get the cleanest image possible.

  10. Remy's Apron

    Let the paint dry leaving the stencil in place. This could take a few hours.

  11. Once the paint is dry, peel back the stencil to reveal the logo.

  12. Remy's Apron

    Use the fine-tipped brush to correct any imperfections. Paint on thin lines for Remy's whiskers and let dry.

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