I saw an apron displayed on the wall and loved the fabric and the cut of the apron so I picked up the pattern, bought the same fabric (except in red), came home and stitched it up! It took me about 3 hours and yeah!!!-new apron.
Here is how it ties in the back. The pattern is by Fresh Cut Quilts- the same as the pincushion I made for my giveaway. It was so fun to start and finish a project in one evening, I really should do it more often:) Do you like the fabric as much as I do? I love the all of the vintage looking tea cups and teapots with cherries inbetween. My new apron fits into my old kitchen perfectly!
Speaking of vintage looking fabric - I've been meaning to show you some of my feedsack fabric that I bought from Glenna over at Hollyhock Quilts. These are the real thing cut into 6" squares. I bought 100 of them from her with no repeats. Thanks Glenna, I just love them. They're all so different and will add alot to my projects.
I had picked up Glenna's new book a while back before I knew who she was. Now I'm happy to have made the connection! I really love the book:) It has alot of information on feedsacks and lots of really cute projects. I highly recommend it to all of you vintage fabric lovers out there!