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!
I just received the August issue of Quilter’s World magazine and am excited to share it with you. I designed one of the quilts in this issue – Daisy Pocket Quilt. Its an easy-to-make quilt that would be perfect for kids and teens because it has pockets to hold their “stuff”. I designed it in the bright colors of “Kids Go Green” fabrics from Quilting Treasures to add a dramatic accent for a wall.
I stipple quilted this quilt in an all-over pattern, a technique that I love, but outline or echo quilting would also work well with this quilt. It would also be a great project for a new sewer or quilter in your family.
Thanks for stopping by and and stay tuned – I have lots more to show you!
I just received a copy of the April issue of Quilter’s World magazine and was delighted to see “A Little Bit Catty”, a quilt I had designed using the Meow Meow fabrics I designed for Quilting Treasures. I really had fun making this quilt and and hope that some of you cat lovers out there will give it a try as well.
A close up of one corner:
Let me know if you give this quilt or the pattern a try! But hurry and get a copy while its still on the newstands!