In March, I signed up for the Crafty Cooks Apron Swap, run by Fiona, from Celtic Thistle Stitches and Sam, from A Cup of Tea and a Slice of Cake. If you've been reading Threading My Way for a while, you may recall that I have said I don't cook, as Mr TMW does all the cooking, so you may wonder why I am participating in an apron swap. Well, I have started to cook again and my aim is to produce something edible once a week.
With the exception of the waist and tie, the fabric is Flea Market Fancy, by Denise Schmidt. The apron is reversible, but I forgot to take photos of the other side, so that will be a surprise, partner.
I used the following two tutorials, adding a little extra to the width. I hope it's a good fit.
Everyone in the group stressed that they wanted a favourite tried and tested recipe. My repertoire is rather small, but tucked inside is a tried and tested, failsafe recipe. If I can make it, anyone can!!!
Your apron has already been posted, partner and is on its way. I do hope you like it!
I'll be adding this apron to the Apron and Art Smocks link party here on Threading My Way.
Stunning Pam! Your swap partner will love it! Flea market fancy is such a lovely range. I'd love to get some more of it.ReplyDelete
It look like not just an ordinary apron, for me it is also a skirt. A very fashionable apron skirt!ReplyDelete
Hello Pam! This is a beautiful apron!ReplyDelete
It's a beautiful apron! I love the DS print.:) So...what's the failsafe recipe?;)ReplyDelete
Pam, this apron is just too pretty! maybe too pretty to cook in lol (remember my mom's garden apron LOL)ReplyDelete
I love the fabric combo!!! very chic!
Oh and I was once again so touched that you (again) commented on so many of my projects, it is truly heart warming to have someone appreciate what i do who isnt a friend or family member!
I appreciate it so very much.
I have been busy creating these few days and so you will have a few projects to look at again soon! :)
and btw, i love how your blog is laid out! with all the different categories up top. I am trying to get my blog to behave how i want it to, but u know how that is, they know me, but i dont know them LOLReplyDelete
it's lovely, and how generous of you to use your FMF!ReplyDelete
How lovely!! As always, I love your fabric choices!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous apron Pam, I am sure your partner will love it!ReplyDelete
Hi Pam, thank you so much! I received your lovely parcel today and I was crossing my fingers when I opened it and it was my favourite apron with the most wonderful flea market fancy! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I will blog about it tomorrow and send you the link!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous apron Pam, I had my fingers crossed! Cathy is one lucky lady!ReplyDelete
This is great. I love that it is reversible. Thank you for sharing! I’d love to have you visit me at Get Your Crap Together! We have a Pattern Party with free patterns from the 1st of the month to the 10th that I’d love for you to check out. See you soon!ReplyDelete
I love the fabric you chose for this apron! It is so pretty. :) I would love for you to come and share these on our Much Ado About Monday link party.ReplyDelete
Hope to see you there,
Beautiful Apron Pam!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a fabulous week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
I never stopped wearing [and making ] aprons even when most of friends stopped wearing them. They have saved loads of clothes.ReplyDelete
Love this apron love the swap aprons idea ,,,,,
p.s. i made a Fiberart apron that relates to a certain cook book which was printed in Israel in the 1960s ,,,, with a strange text.
I am a sucker for aprons and I am crushing on this one!!! Great job! I hope you will come link up to The CSI Project this week. The challenge is sewing. You can link up to 3 projects. Winners will be chosen by our guest judge.ReplyDelete
Come on over!
It's adorable Pam!! I LOVE aprons and this one is perfect! Great job, as always.:)ReplyDelete