a cheery good day to you!
How have you been?
Today I wanted to show you a sweet little apron that I made
using only two fat quarters.
Baking is my superpower
and my apron is my cape.
two fat quarters
1/2 yard fabric
First, you will want to sew the doily onto the front side of the apron.
Then place the two fat quarters right sides together
and sew along the sides and bottom edge;
don't sew the top ends together!
Turn the apron right side out
and top stitch along the sides and bottom.
For the ties you will want to cut three pieces of fabric from the 1/2 yard.
One piece will be the full length of the fabric
and the other two pieces will be the length only cut in half.
The width is about 6 or 7-inches.
Sew all three pieces into one strip.
Fold the edges over and press with an iron.
Fold in half and line up the folded edges;
press with an iron.
Center the long strip onto the top of the apron
and pin into place.
Starting from one end of the strip
sew along the bottom edge to connect the ties to the apron.
The ties should be long enough to tie around anyones waist :)
The one side of the apron has a doily
with two shabby flowers.
And the other side has a row of pretty shabby flowers.
And darling gingham fabric.
I think using two different fabrics
gives the apron a beautiful look.
Nothing says home
like the smell of baking.
I always appreciate your visits, sweet friends.
May you have a beautiful and delightful day!
Be a beautiful cupcake
in a world of muffins.
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You can find similar aprons available in my Etsy shop.