A while back I picked up this pattern at my favorite fabric store, and it’s been on my list to make for quite some time.
Then a couple of months ago I was back in my favorite fabric store, and found the fabric that I wanted to use to make an apron. I originally wasn’t planning on making a Christmas apron, but how could I pass up this cute fabric?!
I love what the giant ric rac adds to the bib of the apron.
The ruffles just make me happy!
And the long ties in the back.
I’m not one that loves to cook, but I think that either I’ll want to bake/cook just to wear my apron, or I’ll not want to get it dirty, so I won’t cook with it on. We’ll see! 🙂
This apron really was so simple to make. I can’t wait to make another one. I just might run out to the fabric store today to get some Fallish/Thanksgiving fabric to make another. I’m going to have to make one that can be used all year round as well! I don’t know if I’ll be able to stop!
What a fun apron! It turned out wonderfully. Now you need to do some holiday baking. mmmm. cookies.
I bet it was so fun to get to make something so girly and frilly with your house full of boys. This is adorable. I don’t blame you for NEEDING to make more. I love the fall idea what a fun thing to wear on thanksgiving! Soooo cute!
so cute! I love the ruffles too! It makes me want to go whip out my sewing machine…dang you Amy!(:
Sami Carter says
Just darling…I wanna borrow your pattern and your amazing sewing hands! Way to go!
The Autocrat: Haley says
Oh this is so cute!! I love some aprons!!
Oh this is so darling! I just might have to make one too. Thanks for the darling idea(O:
I love aprons! I mean I could have tons and not even feel bad! Thanks so much for sharing over at Tuesday Tell All.
Beautiful job – it is just so cute! Feel free to come over and link it to my new linky fro Hand Made Holidays Winter Home and Decorations. Because I haven’t even unpacked my own stuff to load up – there’s nothing here yet! You could be first 🙂