I used Butterick 4945. At first I almost rejected it based on the yardage requirements: 3 and three quarters! However, half of that is used as lining, so that gives you some flexibility. I had maybe three yards, so I just cut one of the lining pieces out of a solid (had lots of colors to choose from!). When I bought this fabric, I didn't even sew, so it's probably been languishing here in my stash for four or five years. Not that I want to admit this, but I think it was intended to become a pair of pants. Okay, stop laughing, I came to my senses.
Not sure what I was doing in this next picture, but it gives you a good look at how it wraps. I moved that pocket off to the side quite a bit so it wouldn't end up covered by the flap.
Overall, I'm pleased with it. Gerry has been calling it my fingerpainting smock, which I'm going to consider a compliment. I think it looks maaaybe a little Partridge Family, but I can live with that.
So, what should I do with that other apron? Why, I think I'll give it away! If you are interested in winning the Mrs. Cleaver Rosebud Apron, just say so in a comment on this post. I'll choose a winner at random on...let me see...Wednesday, October 8th.