Added Dec 1, 2012
Auburn, United S...
I am going to throw a Christmas cooking party for my friends’ daughters. So, I sewed these aprons for girls to wear at the party. These aprons are the Christmas gifts after the party.
The pattern is simple; I did not add any decolation. However, I chose colorful prints. The apron for the smallest girl has a crossover style at the back.
It was so fun to pick the material and sew such little aprons. I think I am the one who would most enjoy the party after all :)
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