|It's been a while since I've had Morgan model for me. Isn't she just cute??|
I posted about this fabric (purchased here) a while back, and mentioned that I hoped to make an apron out of it.
I've wanted a new apron for months.
Thanksgiving offered the perfect excuse to drop everything and get started on it this week, but I wanted something that will go beyond one day.
I can't imagine ever getting sick of this one. The fabric just makes me happy every time I look at it.
|I prefer a D-ring over using ties for my aprons. It's actually easier, as I don't have to hem long edges of an extra tie. Isn't that yellow fabric wonderful? It makes me want to duplicate it on a wall (a shade or two lighter). I won't, though...|
|Last year, I won a giveaway that Liesl was offering, and included in the goodie box were four different designs of this gorgeous embroidered ribbon. When I started laying out the fabrics for this apron, I just knew that the ribbon would be a perfect embellishment. I certainly don't regret adding a band of it here.|
|This is where the idea for this apron began. Not only do we fight over hand towels in our kitchen, but there seems to be a little elf that steals the hot pads just before one of us needs one. The idea of attaching hot pads to the apron is ingenious!|