So I think I had posted a photo of me wearing my Starbucks Coffee Company apron and one of my old coworkers had said she lost all of hers. I offered to make one for her and she said that it’d be cool to have one. So I went to look for some fabric and started.
First I laid out the apron and cut along the edges and included a 1/2 inch seam allowance.
I cut two pieces, front and back and cut a piece for pockets.
Here is the apron string ends.
A coworker from Old Navy asked me to make three aprons for Christmas gifts for her after she saw this post on IG.
This is the first one. Sorry about the blurry photos……
A close-up of a small quilting to keep the pieces together.
The second one is for her sister who survived breast cancer.
She asked to include this ribbon somewhere. I thought it added a personal touch.
Some quilting to keep the pieces together.
The apron strings. She really liked this print even thought it was on flannel. I thought it went well, color-wise, too.
The last one. I forgot to take photos of it at home so when I brought them to work I ended up taking photos of it at work.
I was proud of my super straight stitching so I took a photo of it.
Sweet stitch quilting to keep the pieces together.
Here is a photo of the three recipients, her grandma, mom, and sister.
So glad that I was able to help her with some handmade gifts . Also, making aprons is fun!