Reversible Aprons

I’m feeling a little stagnant in the crafting department, so I thought I’d share these aprons I made a while back.

Reversible aprons. The green one is for messy crafting jobs and the yellow-flowery one is for cooking (it matches my Mexican style kitchen).

I guess I couldn’t come up with any other poses than the two above. Very unoriginal.

Doing a lot of sketching of ideas and list making, but no actual creating of anything. I hope I get motivated soon. I do have to prep for the holidays, you know. Maybe some gift making? We’ll see.

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9 Responses to Reversible Aprons

  1. anastasia says:

    they look great – good length too…

  2. Marcia says:

    Those aprons are adorable!! I need to try to make something like that for myself. I practically wear an apron all day and all I have is this wimpy one from Michaels. I need a nice long one that will cover my jeans when i sit and a big old pocket for my zune!

    Do you have a pattern for these?

  3. I found a McCall Pattern #5358 at a yard sale and used the less frilly version. I think I may have added an inch or two at the bottom, I can’t remember. But I really like the length too.

  4. Kate says:

    Oooh those are CUTE! Length is perfect.

    Now I feel compelled to be in apron making mode, myself…

  5. These are so pretty. And, please forgive me for the humor, but what poses might you come up with for modeling aprons? I think the curtsy works well. =)

    As for getting motivated to create, it’s a lot during the holidays, entertaining and visiting with family, etc. That said, it is wonderfully therapeutic, isn’t it?

  6. bruce says:

    Can you make me a shop apron with a mud-flap girl on it? Do burley men like me wear aprons? I’ll check on that–you may have to delet this comment…

    BTW how is Mr. Kismet? He hasn’t been by lately…


  7. Kristi says:

    They turned out great, this is what I plan on giving people for Christmas this year, that is if I can learn to master my sewing machine.

  8. What a great way to put some body into those thinner fabrics and have two completely different looks! I’m actually planning to make some aprons for Christmas and I like your idea!

  9. Debi says:

    Can you make an apron for me, for my daughter? During my trip to NYC, she told me she didn’t have a full length apron (which she would wear while making wonderful vegetarian meals!). I like the pink/purple flowered one. Let me know!!

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