However, aprons are among the easiest garments to make. Even if you can't sew, you could probably make one with fabric glue or ironing tape. You just take a rectangle of fabric, taper the top if you wish, put a wide strip across the bottom and make channels to divide that into pockets, then attach a neck loop or ties and waist ties. You can actually put a lot more pockets than that, but remember weight; the more pockets you want, the heavier the fabric needs to be. For a lightweight fashion fabric like calico, one bottom row is probably plenty. With denim, you can trick it out like a carpenter's apron if you want to.
Here are some patterns so you can make your own tie-on pocket garment: