You can’t have too many aprons, right? They are fun to make and fun to wear. This is an apron pattern that I designed for Quilting Treasures and is available in their free patterns and projects download on their website. (NOTE – this pattern is no longer available on Quilting Treasures website. I have designed a similar apron pattern that is available at Craftsy Vibrant Quilts.
The aprons are designed with The Wizard of Oz fabrics by Quilting Treasures. I love the bright colors! And I, like I think everyone in the universe, have always been a huge fan of The Wizard of Oz. I’m still hoping for Dorothy’s red shoes.
This apron is easy to make in just a couple of hours of sewing. You can make it with two or three coordinating fabrics or sew it with just one fabric for two different looks.
Happy sewing with your apron. With these free patterns, it is easy to get started.
Please note that this apron pattern is no longer available through Quilting Treasures website. However due to the demand for it, I have recreated another pattern similar to this. It can be found on the Craftsy pattern website.
Note also – The Rails quilt pattern below is also no longer available through Quilting treasures and has been redesigned. It can also be found on the Craftsy pattern website.
I love sewing and quilting with beautiful fabrics, so its fun to design projects for Quilting Treasure’s website with some of their newest fabrics. I have finished several quilt and sewing designs for Quilting Treasures that can be downloaded free from their website and wanted to share them with you. Using the red, white and blue fabrics from Studio 8’s collection Monaco, these aprons can be made in a blue or red color combination. The aprons are sassy with two layers for the skirt to include a little overskirt. The top band of the bodice is ruched for extra detail.
This quilt is easy to sew and is made with the red colors of the collection. The blocks have a random arrangement of fabrics.
The patterns are free for downloading. Just go to the Quilting Treasures website for these and many more projects. Please check back as I will post some of the other projects I designed for them.
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.
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