Added Oct 11, 2009
I work from home, which means there is always the danger of living in sweats. So I try to make an effort to dress nicely everyday, but that was circumvented by the fact that now my clothes were getting ruined by ink splotches and pen stains. Enter the apron, a wonderful and practical little garment. I found this one in the book “A is for Apron” by Nathalie Mornu.
I found this Japanese inspired polka dot fabric in the bargain bin at the local fabric store. This apron is cut on the bias and requires a lot of bias tape.
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The lines of Greek architecture inspire this neutral and pastel collection.
Meg's Magazine Mash Up!
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