Added Mar 24, 2010
He broke your heart took the cat and you’re still waiting to exhale. Somethings, like red lipstick are forever sugar, don’t burn his clothes Up-Cycle!
This is a revamp of the two tone apron pattern featured for the remake contest. Easily put together from a mans dress shirt and some old jeans. I used an XL sized shirt as I like to gather at the top for flare but you could easily keep it straight and simple to have a “barista” styled flat apron. The shirt and collar deconstructed make for the perfect apron and border using the two tone elements. Embellishments could also include – Bacon n Egg felted appliques, Vintage Crochet doilies, Vintage buttons, lace edging, poms, polka dots, coffee ring.
1- Mans Dress Shirt Long Sleeve
1- Pair of Jeans
1- Sewing thread of contrasting or impact color
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