Aprons and more aprons
This is the 1st time in my short sewing career that I haven't had to rip out any stitches. Once, the machine bunched a little at the start of a seam. Usually it does that about every 3rd seam. I have this feeling that God is blessing this time for me.
These aprons may be used for presents and some may be sold (gotta pay for that material somehow!) Good quality cotton fabric is such a joy to sew with ~ it really doesn't compare with anything else I have used. Worth every dime.
|Half Apron with eyelet trim and rounded waist|
|Now you can look good as you work|
|Half apron with wrap around tie and small eyelet trim|
|Eyelet detailing on the hem ~ gives a nice feminine touch|
|Too pretty to work?|
|Full apron with ruffles and polka dot pocket|
|Made for hard labor :)|
|Full apron with adjustable tie at neck and|
wide waist band
|Time for a break!|
|Aprons and totes|
|Same as the pink, scalloped edging, but more modern look.|
|Country Gingham apron|
|With button up back shoulder straps|
Sweetheart Cupcake aprons for little bakers.
|Modeled on my 8 year old ~ She's as adorable as the apron!|
|A little baker's apron|
|Large detailed pocket|
|2 buttons for adjustment|
10 year wearing on longest
|8 year old wearing on shortest adjustment|
|I like to make the neck tie a little adjustable ~|
so I leave one end "out" and this one I turned into a bow.
You could undo it, then redo it to lengthen or shorten it.