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New Site – New Apron!! We love the retro look of tough-yet-soft ticking. It can stand up to those kitchen stains and spills. Our design is beginner-friendly and fun to sew. Great if you’re cooking your own Spring Celebrations or make one as a Mother’s Day or housewarming gift.

When we moved to the country a few years ago, one of the first differences we noticed was the birds. In the city, there wasn't much in the way of bird diversity. You have pigeons, starlings and crows - not much else. But outside of tow, we're surrounded by a variety of feathered friends singing,

It’s wedding season, and this beauty made the Featured list as an excellent bridal party gift idea: matching aprons in the wedding colors! Our design includes so many pretty details, from the pleated bib to the cute diagonal flap pockets – each held in place with an accent button.

An apron in flannel makes for some cozy cookin'! We created our original sample from fat quarters, which is certainly still an option – either in flannel or crisp cotton. But, since flannel can be a bit more difficult to find in pre-cut bundles, our supply list below also specifies standard yardage cuts. The apron's ties
I’ve always loved overalls. When my kids were small, they were my rough-and-tumble choice for play clothes. But, they’re a personal favorite as well because they have such a comfy, loose fit. We often look to clothing items as initial inspiration for our apron projects, and knowing that Dritz® had a great set of Overall
If you want a truly hardworking apron, it’s hard to beat oilcloth. It’s durable, easy to clean (great when kids are involved), and the bold designs and bright colors are fun for any occasion  – many with a retro feel. As we roll into Spring, you should be able to spot great selections of oilcloth
This lovely apron pulls together three different techniques into one, fun project: our Everything Apron. It features embroidery, decorative stitching, and quilting. The base design of the apron comes from the Vintage Modern Pleated Apron from our Kitchen Confections Series. We added pretty new embellishments to give it an updated look with a little bit

What if you could create an apron from just five fat quarters where there would be virtually no wasted fabric? The scraps from this garden party apron could fit in a garden party teacup.

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