Beatrice is from Much Ado About Nothing and is one of Shakespeare's most robust female characters. Bright, funny and with a wit as sharp as a knife she is fiercely loyal to her cousin, Hero. Going to extraordinary lengths to protect Hero's honour when she's accused of infidelity.
She is adamant she will not marry and wants to remain totally independent. She even turns down the wealthy Don Pedro only to fall in love with Benedick, a soldier.
I like a bit of plain talking and this a food old fashioned no-nonsense pinafore. Beatrice is a great cover-all type of garment. There are no darts as it is a very loose fitting garment and designed to be worn over a T-shirt or sweatshirt, and the cross over at the back is enough to prevent the back gaping open.
The large curved patch pockets are bound at the top edge.
is finished off with a bound edge all the way round.
is finished off with a small hem
is lined with a contrast fabric to enclose all the raw edges
Light to medium weight fabrics such as printed craft cotton, linen, poplin, denim, corduroy.
The binding can be made from ready-made bias binding and you will need 7 - 8m.
If using 140cm wide fabric there will be enough spare fabric left to cut the bias strips for the binding.
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Suitable for Beginners