Added Oct 23, 2010
This apron was made from a pattern from ithinksew,com. Sue has a lot of unique and interesting patterns and, no, I’m not getting a commission. I just have enjoyed making her patterns. I found her site because someone else posted some shoes they made from her site as a project. I’m doing pot holders to go with this and will be giving these as Christmas gifts.
This cloth came from Hancock Fabrics – avocados, pears, tomatoes, herbs…perfect for an aprons/pot holders! It was a bit pricier than I’d like, $4/yard on sale, regularly $8,
100% cotton, thread, velcro
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