I'm so excited to share with you my new favorite apron pattern!!!! It is a fabulous pattern from Lori Holt of Bee in My Bonnet. She design fabric for Riley Blake and always has fun patterns as well. I made the One Yard Apron and it was super fun! (She even included a recipe at the end of the pattern... I haven't tried it yet, but soon I will!!)
I made this apron for two very special brides. They both have the same tastes in colors so I was able to make them the same apron. Again, always making things at the last minute I don't have very good pictures.
The pattern was very easy to follow.
The above picture is before trim and ribbon ties.
I used some sparkly blue ribbon on the pockets. It turned out cute and sewed nicely. I used a fun flowery trim for the bottom. That was VERY annoying to sew on, but it was worth it in the end.
I followed the directions and everything worked great. The only thing that I added was that I serged the whole main fabric of the apron, and I serged the pocket sides and bottom. I figured after some washings those raw edges would start to fray.
It's always fun to have more things to open, so I bought a little extra fabric. I just turned the edges under to encase the raw edges and then I topstitched the rectangle down onto a kitchen towel!
I have a ton of fabric that I'm going to use for my kitchen. Soon I'll get those done! Wahoo!!