If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen, why not make yourself an apron that is not only functional, but looks great too. Or whip one up for someone else in your life who loves to cook. The shaped top, wide waistband and pretty ruffles give this apron a vintage flair.
Petro, from Creative Homemaking, shows how to make a Vintage Ruffled Apron, which is designed to cover the sides as well as the front - great if you tend to make a mess while cooking. Bias tape encloses the seams, making it neat and tidy on the inside.
Petro added her vintage apron to the Aprons & Art Smocks link party. You might like to check out the following projects at the Aprons & Art Smocks linky...
- Star Wars Apron
- Jeans Apron
- Vintage Style Apron
- Gingham Apron
- Peg Apron
I like that!ReplyDelete
Pam I love a good apron! Will you come and share this post at Five Star Frou-Frou this week? Love, Mimi xxxReplyDelete
What a cute apron, Pam! A good idea, too, for upcycling an otherwise unused table cloth.ReplyDelete
And an apron! Although, as cute as this one is I'm not sure it's the right style for the person I have in mind.ReplyDelete