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January 22, 2010

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Lisa Q

love this! you look so cute in it! do you think people would find it odd if I wore a cute apron like this to one of our basketball games? seems like that's where I've been spending all my time lately.

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I LOVE your apron! And great fabric choices! I put on an apron a couple of times over Christmas (just a black Starbucks apron), and I haven't worn an apron in years! But, you're right, it did make chores seem more important and I felt more competent for some reason when cooking -- like maybe I actually knew what I was doing -- or at least looked like it. I need to upgrade to stylish with some fun fabrics now! Thanks for the inspiration :)

Stephanie

I think you need to use the same fabric and just finish it all the way around and make a skirt! Beautiful fabrics and I love the knot tie in front (I'm not much of a bow person), it's perfect!

Christina

Beautiful work! I always make aprons with enclosed seams; it's just the best way. I love how you made the waistband. I'll keep it in my mental folder of great sewing tips!

Jodi

I would be afraid to get such a thing of beauty dirty. I'm a messy cook, so I've been wearing full aprons lately -- from my vintage stash (they're already a bit stained and worn).

You did a wonderful job on this and the fabrics are really exquisite. Does this match your kitchen?

ilena

Love it & hate the unraveling of the seams after a wash. I'm definitely going to give this a try!

lucy

this is sassy and smartly sewn.

Meg Evans

I love it! I have several aprons that I wear on a daily basis, and I'm always looking for an excuse to make another. I love your fabrics--they look so great together.

julia

I have two aprons in progress right now. But I like the look of yours as well.

I think I found my newest one, so thanks!

amber johnson

I love the pattern and your choice of fabrics are beautiful! I like it with the knot, probably even more than I would a bow. Thanks for the tutorial!

Plain and Joyful Living

Love the fabric you chose and you look great!
Thanks for sharing the how-to.
Warm wishes, Tonya

Nancy

Sooo stylish! I prefer it without the bow myself. Thank you for taking all this time to pull the tutorial together.

elizabeth ~ so wabi sabi

absolutely gorgeous...can you say that about an apron...I think so. anyway, your fabric choices were awesome and I can't wait to give this a go.
blessings~

seashoreknits

thank you so much for the fun tutorial - your apron is adorable!!!

ali

Very cute! I have GOT to make an apron one of these days, I always end up wearing a lot of flour whe I bake :-)

darlene

I loooooooooooooove it! Ask my girls, I wear an apron alot. I just have one bib and it would be so nice to change it up. Sometimes I wonder if I am "dowdy" because I like them so much. But that apron is not remotely like that! too cute.

Karen

I never have thought about the seams before but now that you mention it, I know what you mean. Your apron is SOOOOO cute. Thanks for sharing with the rest of us!

jessica

Genius idea!!!! I need to make one-NOW!

mjb

Super cute! This looks like a great pattern to have on hand for last minute gifts.

kristyn

love it larissa!
i don't wear aprons. but if I looked as cute as you I think I would!

theresa/t does wool

great apron!
thank you for sharing with the tutorial...
I MUST make one!

beki

that is so, so cute!!

Jane

so so cute! gonna give it a try later this week! thanks!

Heather

So this is what you used that beautiful fabric for :)
This is agreat tutorial, and I can not wait to give it a try.
Thank you SO much for sharing. Impeccable work as always

Courtney

This is adorable! Thanks for the tutorial, too!

Shana Fey

Thanks for the tutorial, just finished the apron and a matching set of napkins, that are absolutely adorable! The length of the ties in the pattern though are way too long. I had to keep trimming and trimming. Perhaps you meant 31 inches and not 41?
But thanks, keep up the excellent work! (I'll figure out a way to send a photo of the project!)

alessandra

Thanks for the tutorial . was really helpful . I star to sew a month ago.. I love sew. !!

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Very well written article. I'm really impressed by you knowledge of the subject. Fell free to write more.
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cheryl

Thank you so much for this tutorial. It was so easy to follow!

Gwen @ Gwenny Penny

Made one of these for my mother for Christmas. Great tutorial! Thanks :)

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WOW just what I was looking for. Came here by searching for ado.net tutorial

Shawnee the Apronista

Just shared this at Apronista. com -- greaet tutorial!!

Krissy

I found you on Pinterest and love this apron! It looks easy and cute! I have included it in a round-up on my blog. http://hotcommodityhome.blog.com/2013/04/17/diy-apron-round-up/

Sarah

I just made this! Thank you for the super easy tutorial!

NICOLE

Found you on Pinterest. Literally had sewn one tissue cover before starting this and I was able, with your directions, to sew this in a half day. Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial. You are one heck of an instructor.

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Mrs. Jones

I used your tutorial to make an apron, and it turned out great! Thank you so much for the tutorial. Here's my blog post on it: http://heatherjslife.blogspot.com/2014/07/i-sewed-apron.html

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