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Every fabric has its own beauty and personality; how you combine them in a project gives you an unlimited number of wonderful end results. That’s the idea behind our R&R series: re-imagine and renovate a classic design in order to come up with a whole new look. This week, we picked four of our favorites and applied a coordinating color theme: indigo. For today’s project, we adapted the original clean white lines of our hardworking half apron and deepened its soul with indigo.

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Every fabric has its own beauty and personality; how you combine them in a project gives you an unlimited number of wonderful end results. That’s the idea behind our R&R series: re-imagine and renovate a classic design in order to come up with a whole new look. This week, we picked four of our favorites and applied a coordinating color theme: indigo. For today’s project, we adapted the original clean white lines of our hardworking half apron and deepened its soul with indigo.

A big thanks to Fabric.com and Fat Quarter Shop for co-sponsoring the series and providing all the fabric for today’s Re-imagine & Renovate project.

If you haven’t ever browsed through the selection at Fabric.com, you owe it to yourself to do it today. Their motto is: “The place to go when you sew,” but we’d like to add, “The place to go when you sew… or when you just need a really good dose of inspiration for your next project because you know you’ll find it and be able to order it right away.”

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We love Fat Quarter Shop’s selection of quilt kits, fat quarter and other pre-cut bundles, as well as full yardage cuts. Plus, when it comes to all-around nice people, Kimberly and her crew are at the top of the list. You’ll also want to visit their companion websites: Christmas Cloth Store and It’s Sew Emma, an awesome new pattern destination.

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Our apron base fabric is EcoTwill in Navy from Fabric.com with pocket band and waist tie accents in Indigo Magic Beans from the Pezzy Prints collection by American Jane for Moda Fabrics, provided by Fat Quarter Shop.

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To Re-imagine & Renovate your own craft apron, go to the original tutorial:

Turquoise 2012: Market/Craft Apron

Hints and Tips

Looking for more information on blending, mixing and matching? Check out these tutorials:

How to Create A Fabric Palette

Tips for Mixing Prints

Mixing & Matching Colors, Patterns & Textures

Making the Right Fabric Choice

And make sure you catch our monthly  Love That Fabric features, like last month’s look at  Crazy Love by Jennifer Paganelli for Free Spirit Fabrics. These articles are a great way to get a glimpse of some of our favorite fabric trends.

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