Added Dec 14, 2010
Lake Orion, Mich...
I was inspired to make this apron and FINALLY cut into my Amy Butler fabric. It turned out AWESOME. It’s reversible and perfect for wearing at work- I’m a middle school math teacher. I altered a pattern I found here on burda. I don’t know if I’ll link this correctly, but, if you search for “Indie Apron”, you’ll find it.
Amy Butler (green fabric). Btw, Amy Butler, if you ever see this: I love your fabric, think we should be best friends, and would love a lifetime supply of your products. The white/black is salvaged home dec. fabric and the orange is an upcycled felted wool sweater.
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