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Apron Fever

Choose a fat quarter, squares or rectangle scraps, one 36"X 6" and two 24"X6" strips of coordinating fabrics.
















Before ruffling one of the 36"X6" fabrics, turn under one length of it for a hem. Then stitch it to the bottom of the fat quarter.

Make a pocket from scraps to stitch onto the fat quarter. At this point turn under the rest of the fat quarter for a smooth finish. Finally sew two 24" X 6" length strips together, press in half and attach as the tie band. More prefer long ties on their aprons.





This apron is winging its way to a special friend of mine, so shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!



This one, I haven't been able to part with, so far. I did a box pleat on the bottom. I love the look of it.



Comments

mjnauert said…
Wearing it in my blog....THANK YOU SO MUCH! you sweetie pie, you.

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