Apron pattern made with whimsy dog fabrics

Note:  This pattern is no longer available.  Similar apron patterns can be found in my Crafty store.  Please check there for other apron patterns.

I am showing 2 aprons in different color combinations with different accent embellishments.  Both aprons are accented with large dog block pockets on the top part of the apron.  One apron has an additional small pocket and the other is appliqued with a bird and dog bones. The aprons are easy to make and can be completed in 2-3 hours tops.

The fabrics that the aprons are made with are the Its a Dog’s Life collection that I designed for Quilting Treasures by Cranston Printworks.

I just love aprons and am delighted that they are so popular.  I remember when my grandmother and aunts wore aprons daily and seeing all the aprons now brings back wonderful fond memories.

For products to coordinate with “It’s A Dog’s Life fabrics, please visit my Zazzle store.

I hope you enjoy the patterns and sew away.  I would love to see a picture of your finished apron.

“Bone” appetit!

Phyllis


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6 Comments

  1. I love these longer aprons! Thanks so much for the pattern, I’ll be linking.

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  3. How cute they are. Would save on the clothes if aprons were worn more.
    Keep designing. Waiting and watching for the fabric.

  4. oh my gosh phyllis!
    these are fabulous!
    thank you for the pattern! you are the best and so generous!

  5. Love this! Anything to do with dogs is great–hope the fabric’s still available–headed over to the website now! Thanks!

  6. My granddaughter, Naomi, age 12, and I were wanting to make this apron — but can’t find where to download the pattern?! Thanks!

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