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Saturday, June 28, 2014

Sew Happy Saturday - Two Too Cute Apron Patterns

 

Yes, I like to play with words.  They are some of my favorite toys. :-)

But, that’s not what this post is about.

Tutorial : Simple Ruffled Apron

First off we have a tutorial for a simple, but pretty apron with a ruffle along the bottom edge just for fun.  If you don’t want the ruffle, you can lengthen this apron and make it really simple.  It’s very similar to the style that I most commonly make.

Fat Quarter Apron

Next up is an apron made from fat quarters.  If you ever had a fat quarter set with some pieces in it that you’d just love to wear, here is a way to do just that – make them up into a patchwork apron.  I’m not crazy about the fabrics they used here, but I can imagine it done in others and looking quite nice. :-)  (Btw, you can make conventional ties with some complimenting or matching fabric.  You don’t have to buy cotton webbing especially for this.)

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