Three Feminine Aprons by Kwik Sew
Kwik Sew 3396 is a feminine apron with a retro flare. This pattern is designed for woven fabrics and would look great in today’s quilting cotton. Purchase bias tape for View B or make your own. The half apron (View C) features rick rack around the bottom and pockets. Buy this pattern and the supplies you need to sew it, at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer.Tweet
Pillow & Maxfield Apron Tutorial – Easy Peezy for Beginners!
Just learning to sew? Here’s an easy tutorial for a simple apron at Pillow & Maxfield. Explore their site for the simple tote and drawstring dress also pictured. Pillow & Maxfield are fabric designers for Michael Miller Fabrics, LLC. The apron is from their Gypsy Bandana collection. Find these fabrics at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer. Enjoy!Tweet
AccuQuilt’s Let’s GO! Retreat Show and Tell
I found this picture on the Quiltscapes blog. AccuQuilt’s Let’s GO! Retreat at Country Traditions,in Fremont, Nebraska in June was a hoot! They held a Show & Tell and Dana Shawn Evans decided to model this really cute apron made with AccuQuilt dies. Find AccuQuilt GO! and fabrics to make your favorite aprons at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer.Tweet
Rick Rack Apron by Amy Barackman- Indygo Junction
The Rick Rack apron is a vintage-styled apron in full and half apron versions. It features two beloved edge finishes – rick rack and topstitching. A simple application technique makes the rick rack open work insertion at each seam nearly foolproof. Two sizes are included teen/petite (XS) & adult (one size fits most). Find this pattern at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer.Tweet
The Apron Lady featured on Shabby Fabrics blog
Meet Jan from Apron Lady Designs and Jen from Shabby Fabrics. Apron Lady Designs was recently featured on Shabby Fabrics blog. Jan has a background in fashion and has taught at a finishing/modeling school. Her classroom emphasis was on fashion choices for varying body types. Jan appies her knowledge of fashion to the patterns she designs. Shabby Fabrics carries Apron Lady Designs patterns.
Learn easy smocking techniques with Apron Lady Designs ‘Honeycomb Smocked Apron’. Find Apron Lady Designs patterns at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer.Tweet
Froglegs and Ponytails – Maisie Skirt and Apron
Check out this child’s sweet ruffle skirt and removable apron by Froglegs and Ponytails Pattern Co. The Maisie pattern is available in .pdf format, in sizes 6-12 mo. through size 8. Find the fabric for this skirt and apron at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer.Tweet