Monday, December 14, 2009


I just wanted to show off a couple of aprons I made from a pattern I got at the Quilt Festival. I use a MODA jelly roll from the "American Primer" collection. It's full of those wonderfully folksy reds, blues, golds and greens. Both aprons are lined with a fabric from the collection.

The first one features mostly reds and blues with a bit of the gold.

This is the second apron. Although it's made from the same jelly roll set, it has a bit of a different look to it. It features blue, gold and cream with a tad of red at the bottom.

I really like them both, but I'll have to make another one for me as they have both been sold. They will make great Christmas presents.


  1. Wow! I really like these, Barbara. Totally different from the aprons I've seen recently. Great Job.

  2. They are both beautiful! Excellent job.

  3. Love it! Very unique! Did you devise this, or use a pattern?

  4. Love those! Great job-you always do great sewing!

  5. Thanks for the nice comments. Yes, I used a pattern for this. It's by Vanilla House Designs and is called "Delicious Four Corners Apron". You can make a full or half apron from the instructions. I think I have enough strips left to do a half apron. At least I'll try it. Will post a pic when I get it done.


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