• {tutorial} Teeny Tiny Circle Apron

    Sharon Sews posted, just in time for last minute Christmas gift-giving a delightfully tiny  circle apron for a Barbie™ or similar-sized doll.

    The apron is so small, you can use scraps of your favorite fabrics and bits of leftover trim. Or make a child-sized apron for your favorite little girl and a matching one for her doll.

    Check our her blog for other tutorials and tons of advice on sewing tiny clothes for dolls.

    If you’re looking for adult-sized circle aprons, check out this vintage pattern from Butterick.

  • Bloomin’ Apron – The Paisley Pincushion


    The Paisley Pincushion offers a vintage apron in adult, child and doll sizes. Put a deep pocket in the front to gather all of the garden produce that is ripe in September. Find this pattern at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer.

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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

On the day before Thanksgiving, women across the country will be celebrating the day by wrapping a loaf of bread in an apron, tucking a prayer or a note of encouragement in the pocket, and then delivering the bundle to someone in need of physical or spiritual sustenance—or both. What could be nicer than receiving such a gift—and handmade at that?

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