I made a few aprons this past Christmas for a couple of my daughters. As I had stated in an earlier post, I really wanted to make as much as I could to save on money. Not that my plan really worked :-), but I did enjoy the time I spent sewing for each of the girls. The pattern that I used, I had also shared with all of you before. It is a reversible apron pattern, picked on purpose, due to the fact that I am a messy cook. Since I do tend to be messy, I just assumed that everyone else is as well... hence the two-sided pattern.
The first one is Beck's. She loves anything retro, so when I saw this fabric at the quilt shop, I knew that it was meant for her!
This is the fabric that especially caught my eye for her.
This next apron is Nicole's. Those of you who are acquainted with Nicole, know that she eats clean by eating raw. She has an incredible web site that a ton of people follow. If you haven't checked it out... it is an absolute must! I decided that I would embroider the bodice of each side.
The last one that I am sharing on this post was made for my new daughter-in-law Casey. The fabric just seemed to say Casey all over it.
In the next post, I will share a couple more!
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