Added Feb 9, 2012
Santa Rosa, Cali...
I used the Magic Slip-On Apron pattern from Amy Barickman’s book. I made a few changes. I made the apron with a rounded neckline and cut off the back skirt curve so it would tie more tightly. I added longer ties so that I could tie it either front or back. Instead of joining the back neck pieces, I left them open and added a button. My apron is reversible for two looks in one. This is a wonderful pattern. So comfortable.
100% cotton fabric
The floral fabric comes from a sheet I purchased at Goodwill.
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