I used to work at a fabric store for two years and it was the end for me. I had a fabric addiction and was in no mood to stop. While working there we had to supply our own aprons. I went through so many, so as a result I just made a ton. I got so used to making them that I don’t have to use a pattern anymore.
These are only a few of the ones I have in my store, which will be live by friday 12/17/16
This style is $12.00
They are great for crafting and creating. They have short pockets that are still able to hold things such as pens, phones and other small objects.
@pepperqt / @peppersupreme and I created a figurine of our dear Bismuth for @relatablepicturesof-bismuth‘s Bismuth week! We made her out of fimo clay and painted a bit too, the apron I sewed and it is removable.
ok wolf is definitely way too big to wear one of scarlets aprons so at what point did he go “scarlet when i can i get one of those cooking shirt covers” and scarlet just kind of sewed two aprons together and wolf has never been happier about a piece of clothing and wears his mismatched two different floral patterned apron with so much pride
Just finished the apron dress (hence the fabric scraps still on the floor), learned a few new seams in the process. Forgot to make hidden pockets 😔. (Yes, the sole purpose of making this was to have something to attach my viking bling to) Will wear with the stompiest boots!!!!