Added Jul 19, 2008
Jersey City, New...
This is a reversible apron from Lotta Jansdotter’s Simple Sewing book. I made two, and the one pictured is for a friend who loves firemen. What else could that ridiculous fabric be used for??
They’re very easy, and were helpful for learning reversible work.
She has a lot of great patterns in this book, I’ve made a few of them now and really enjoy her simple style.
Followed the pattern exactly, ~1yd of two fabrics. On one apron I made the ties from the fabrics, on another I just used bias tape.
Lotta Jansdotter’s Simple Sewing
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