One of my most favorite things about blogging is the friendships made online with other fantastically creative people. One of my many blogger friends is Kim over at Newly Woodwards. Kim doesn’t really have fingers. No, in fact she has ten green thumbs. Don’t believe me? Check this out. And this. And she’s kind of famous in her hometown. I truly envy her gardening skills. But Kim doesn’t just garden, she cooks, she decorates, and she does it with style. She’s my kind of gal. So when Kim wrote up this post about her desire to sew a retro apron, I leapt at the chance to join her in her endeavor. And today we’re both featuring our apron projects.
Off to visit my friends at the Material Girl fabric store I went, to select my fabric. Which designer should I choose? Heather Bailey ? Amy Butler? How about both ?! Today, I came up with my own version of a reversible apron – just for futzing around the kitchen. No pattern at all – just a series of simple steps and straight stitches on my sewing machine.
Here’s a peek at the final apron, and my step by step.