Sunday, January 17, 2016

I Made This - January Project: Apron

One of my goals this year is to sew 12 new projects - new to me patterns. I decided to ease into this with a simple child's reversible apron, from the pattern found on Aesthetic Nest.

I made one for L. and one for my oldest friend's little girl. It's ok, she doesn't read my blog, so it will still be a surprise.

The pattern was very easy, and I even figured out how to use the buttonhole foot on my sewing machine, so I learned something new!

Here they are being modeled on L's play kitchen.



For Little M's apron, I used some Liberty fabric, which makes this the fanciest child's apron ever.


For L's apron, I used some leftover wood fabric from his first Halloween costume.
Flashback!
Nobody's here for the fancy photos, but still - I apologize for the poor quality of these pics. I had a vision of L modeling his apron, while pretend-playing with his kitchen, but those photos turned out like this:

Does blogging ever get more "real" than a grumpy kid and the junk around the apartment?

Oh well.

Project 1, complete.

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