Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Kids Apron

This is my last project using my fabric from Poppy Seed Fabrics...

I got this amazing green fabric that I feel in love with. When I saw it, I though it would be perfect paired with this fat quarter of pink fabric that I had. I've really been wanting to make a kids apron and I thought this fabric would be perfect for it. Plus it would be something girlie (I rarely make little girl things).

I had a boy kids apron already, so I just kinda used it as my guide. I laid it on the green fabric and cut it to about the same size. Then I folded the pink fabric around all the edges, sewed it up and used some green ribbon around the top to tie it.
That's it. Pretty simple and cute. And I think you could make it for less than 5 bucks!(it would be a great x-mas gift).

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Don't forget to head on over to Poppy Seed Fabrics and check out some of the new patterns she just got in.


I love all of these fabrics...
oh and it comes in blue!


...oh and green!

  
And remember that fabric I told you about last week?
The Dr. Seuss? 
It's here!

Go over and check it out!



3 comments:

POPPY SEED FABRICS said...

thanks for the post! loving the little girls apron...I wish I had more of this chevron stripe fabric, I just sold out of it...It is super cute!

Stacy @ She's {kinda} Crafty said...

Visiting from TT&J. I just got this fabric in this week to use on some Christmas stockings! Your apron is super cute, the pink fabric as the trim really makes it special!!

My Urban Child said...

lobe your Kids Aprons, love your fabrics... good taste in combining a colors.. love it

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