Sew a reversible apron!

Trendy and flirty aprons are so much fun to wear and are so easy to sew.  I designed and sewed this reversible apron that was featured in the June issue of Quilter’s World. This one is unique in that it is reversible so it gives two distinct looks with one apron.  And for an extra detail, the bodice is quilted.

I chose my favorite colors when creating these aprons, purple and green (with a touch of turquoise) for one side and turquoise and purple for the 2nd side.  The fabric is from Quilting Treasures.  The pattern is the same for each apron side, however, I created 2 different looks by changing the bottom edges.  One edge is a straight border design while the other apron has a bottom edge with ziz zag design.

I hope you enjoy the hot weather by staying inside and sewing.  Aprons are easy to sew and a great way to show off your sewing skills!


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  1. Hi Phyllis – Cute apron’s and fabric! Is this issue of Quilters World still on news stands? I like your dress form too.

  2. Thanks Janet. I don’t know if its still on the newstand or not. I love the dress form too so its too bad it isn’t mine but belongs to the magazine.

  3. DARLING, Phyllis. So clever and cute. I love this one! Especially love how different the sides are. And slimming, too.

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