This very popular Princess Anna Dress Up apron costume is perfect for any FROZEN fan. We’ve made many dress up costumes and share our free patterns and proven beginner sewing tutorials to walk you through it step-by-step.
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Beginner Tutorial: Princess Anna Dress Up Apron
I’m a beginner with sewing, so when I say “easy,” think “anyone who can push the sewing machine’s foot pedal down” kind of easy. Let’s get started on one of our FROZEN princess dresses.
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Supplies List for the Princess Anna Dress Up Costume
For reference: my daughter is 2.5 years old and is wearing 2T and 3T clothes. The apron hangs down past her knees and we tie it up at the neck to bring it up on her chest. The tulle skirt grazes the floor.
The measurement I’ve given for the skirt piece (blue satin), is long enough to be just shy of her ankles and is wide enough to loop around to form a skirt. Do a quick measurement of your child’s waist and height from their waist.
Update: it’s been 4 years and this still fits and is played with so much! The apron hits just at mid-shin.