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A Lesson in Chevron

Chevron seems to be everywhere right now.  Target’s Missoni Chevron line may be partially to blame for this Chevron Craze.  The funky zig-zag patterns and bright colors were erased from the shelves within an hour or two in most stores. … Continue reading

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Men’s shirt to men’s apron

Here’s an apron for the man who likes to cook. And- he can feel extra “manly” because it is made from a man’s shirt. We simply cut the top of the shirt off and used the 2 sleeves for ties. … Continue reading

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Men’s polo apron

Our next apron is made from an old polo shirt from Melany’s F-I-L. We liked the stripes, but didn’t really know what to do with it. One of our philosophies: when in doubt, sew a ruffle. So we did. Now … Continue reading

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Dish towel apron

With the holidays comes a favorite tradition, baking! We love to make all kinds of holiday treats. What we don’t like is getting our clothes all messy. So, we are creating some aprons from some things we have around. ( … Continue reading

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Going Thrifting, Part 5

We found this interesting table cloth. It was a bit worn and had some holes and a few stains. We decided to use it to make a kitschy apron. We were able to cut around the holes and added pockets … Continue reading

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Fabulous Fabric Find, part III

Today’s Fabulous project, Cafe Apron. The cafe apron is basically a large rectangle with 2 ties. We added a pocket and then, just because we wanted to , added a fun print on the pocket (print from Lotta Jansdotter). This … Continue reading

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