Saturday, December 20, 2008

Saturday's Apron: A One-Hour Apron for Jane

Jona posted directions for a One-Hour Apron on her blog. Of course I had to make it more complicated, so it took longer than an hour, but I am in love with it and don't want to give it away now. :o) I will anyway. Tomorrow is the Sunday School Christmas play and traditionally that's when everybody gives little gifts to our children's Sunday School teachers. So this apron will go to Jane. She is a bright, sunshiny kind of person and the apron will go right along with her personality.

The original pattern calls for a fat quarter of fabric to make up the main front piece and a half yard of something else for the waistband/tie and the hem piece. I pieced the front (it ended up a little bigger than a fat quarter) and then I backed it with a solid piece of fabric to hide all the seam allowances. This apron would actually be reversible. The back is an orange print that coordinates nicely with the waistband fabric.

And then the other teacher, who happens to be Miss B, will get these pot holders.

Used up a lot of scraps on these and had fun! These are not colors I usually work with.


Catherine said...

That`s a wonderful apron! Very nice pot holders too. Thanks for the link.

Merry Christmas!

jona said...

Reversible! Why didn't I think of that?! ;) I really love it (I know she will too).

Anonymous said...

Love your apron and pot holders! And the baby book in the earlier post.

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. Your egg happiness song made me smile almost much as my tiny little eggs. :)

Do come back anytime.

Lindsay Jean said...

I love the apron - gorgeous colors!

Ollie said...

Oh, Maria! That's gorgeous! I just love the colors!

Vintage Mommy said...

Love it!

Yellow Bird Art said...

Too cute, Maria!! :)