Hepworth Apron Sewing Pattern PDF - US version
Our PDF pattern comes with an instruction booklet and free access to a full video tutorial of every process you need to complete the project.
You can also buy additional notions (basting thread, sewing gauge etc) here
Skill level: Beginner
Size: UK 8 - 18/ Europe 36 - 46 US 4-14
The Hepworth Apron is perfect for all creative endeavours – in the studio, garden or kitchen. Its design is functional and flattering with the option to add your own personal twist to the pockets or front band with a contrast fabric or embroidery.
The apron hangs beautifully in washed linen. Light to medium weight denim is good for a more hard-wearing option. Cottons are also suitable.
All sizes require just 1.5 m (1.65 yds) of fabric 115 cm (44") wide.
Our pattern are designed to build the skills and confidence of our customers. The Hepworth Apron focuses on three techniques:
- Patch pockets
- French seams
- Sewing Curves
The cut is modern and flattering and does not require any major fit adjustments, so it is a good project for those new to dressmaking.
What’s in a name?
As well as sewing, one of my major passions is the History of Art. I studied the subject for my degree at University, combined with Italian.
Sculptor and artist Barbara Hepworth was born in Yorkshire, where our studio is based. Her work is a constant source of inspiration and I grew up admiring the beautiful contours of her sculpted forms, and use of natural materials.
The apron is worn here by my very good friend Juliet Gutch who makes mobile sculptures and captures the spirit of creativity we want to celebrate.
You can read about the mission behind Jenni Smith Studio patterns here