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Tag Archives: apron
So if you saw my most recent post Quick & Easy Cut Off Shorts with Tutorial! then you may just be ready for this one :). At step 2 I mentioned to save the leg peices you cut off & this is why! … Continue reading
I remember as a child & teen taking scissors to my old jeans to make shorts. It worked but I have to say they were often FAR from straight and they unraveled for ever getting shorter & shorter over time … Continue reading
I know this is a few weeks late but as you saw from my last post we have been a little distracted :). Anyway it is time to vote for a winner for our February Sewing Challenge where the theme … Continue reading
The poll has been closed & though they were all great projects there can only be one winner. With the most vote (18 total) the winner of the January sewing challange by blog reader votes is… Fabric Flowers Pins From … Continue reading
I know this is a few weeks late but as you saw from my last post we have been a little distracted :). Anyway it is time to vote for a winner for our January Sewing Challenge where the theme … Continue reading
A few weeks ago on a whim I decided to try out an apron idea I had for a sewing contest Burda is having. It is a little big for me as I made it as a gift, but it … Continue reading
Apron tutorial Ripply Apron Pattern Smock Apron Butcher Style Apron Pattern Crafty Gal – Dressing For Success Country Cottage Apron Ruffled Edge Apron With Bow Pillowcase Apron Tutorial Cafe Apron from a Vintage Pillowcase and Sheet Cut Out & Keep’s … Continue reading
I fell in love with this pattern when I made myself this one last year. I have been meaning to make more, but it can get costly using 3 3/4 yards of fabric for each apron! SO I decided to … Continue reading
With Earth Day & the month of April being known for getting people to think green, the Sewing Mamas on Etsy team I belong to is having a group event this week (4/1-4/8) celebrating Earth Day, Every Day! Not only … Continue reading