This pattern, Simplicity 2626, has three variations, which all look very similar, and includes misses' and child's sizes. Since I have no children I obviously only made the misses versions. The great thing about the ones that I made is that they only take one yard of fabric each. The only downside is that quite a few yards of bias tape are required. Personally, I don't really mind applying bias tape but I understand that bias tape is the archenemy of many. The pattern instructs you to use 1/4" bias tape, but on the white and black apron I used 1/2" bias tape instead. Come on, we all know that notions requirements and directions are only suggestions right? I did as I was told for the green one and used 1/4" bias tape but it just doesn't show up as well.
By the way, both of these fabrics were purchased from Etsy.
And here is the second apron, which was made using a Michael Miller quilting cotton.