Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Easy to Make Apron

Apron done. Definitely a bargain at $1.50 for this sturdy Hoad fabric.

I've made lots of these aprons for the Rylstone Woodfired Bakery and they make great Christmas presents.

The bib is finished with a facing piece, the neck loop inserted between bib and facing.

The curved section is turned under and stitched, continuing around the top of the bib.

These aprons would make a great project for a school-aged stitcher. In fact, I know a lass who started making aprons as a teenager, her mum took them to her weekly netball games and she soon had more orders than she could deal with. At $35 a piece that's good pocket money! Last I heard she'd branched out into bags as well.

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