Can you believe I still haven't mastered the art of making aprons, I'm still trying! Yours are awesome!
Cute! Love the fabrics.
My first apron was in 7th grade Home Ec, 1966. It was a cute lavender calico fabric. We had to do it the really old-fashioned way. No patterns - we had to measure, then pull threads to make a cutting line. It took me soooo long. Some of the other girls were finished and starting on their dresses by the time I had all those blasted threads pulled. I didn't make another apron for years! But I love them again and bought a book on them, and hope to do some sewing.Yours are nice, especially the pumpkin ones.I think the rain has moved over to your way (we live NW of Ft. Worth). We discovered new leaks in our roof.Keep dry.
I love the way you put fabrics together Brin:>)
very cool idea for the tool apron, brin! dandy for the garden or general chores ...beautiful and bright!prairiegirl xo
If you made any full length ones that would cover chest down to above knee, I would buy one in a heart beat! I'm afraid my kitchen play time is too messy for a little waist apron :). I love your designs though!
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