A few days ago I wrote about the vintage aprons I had planned, then I got swamped with Little House on the Prairie dresses and had to set the idea for aprons aside. This week I finally had a day with no prairie dresses to make and I pulled out the fabric and pattern and got busy. . .
The first apron is in true vintage style-makes me think of June Cleaver. This apron has a fully lined bib and the skirt has a full ruffle all the way around and it has a big bow in the back. I love the fall colors in this fabric. What a great gift this would make for your Thanksgiving hostess.
The next one is a chef’s apron that is completely reversible. It has the harvest print on one side with a check pocket and the reverse is check with the harvest pocket. It came out so cute that I went back to the store to get enough fabric to make a matching daughter’s apron. What a cute set for mom and daughter to wear as they work together creating those delicious goodies.
The last is my favorite. I love this fabric! This apron is completely lined. It slips over the head and ties on the side with bright grossgrain ribbon.
I sure hope these do well because I found a few more apron patterns that I can’t wait to use!