I find myself wearing aprons more and more these days. I recently made one from a towel and some material. It’s a project that has been crossed off my winter crafting list.The towel cost $4 from Walmart and the material was just a couple of dollars from Fabricland. I have enough material left over to use on another project … perhaps another apron, or a cloth bag.
First I traced a favourite apron which eliminated the need to have a pattern. That’s a cheap trick isn’t it? or is it a thrifty trick? I cut strips of material to make the binding for the edges of the towel that got cut away. .
After the edging I added a good sized pocket. It fits great, washes up a treat, and sure saves my clothes from getting dirty. And my hands are always dry as I can dry them off in no time.
Do you wear an apron? They really are becoming a must have item for the kitchen as I see all sorts of them for sale in the stores now.
I love this towel apron as I always have something to dry my hands off and the pocket can hold odds and ends.
This wasn’t my first attempt at an apron. Last year I used the same method and made a garden apron out of an old skirt. I love recycling items into new things.
It sure helped keep me clean when I was doing all those garden projects. This one has speckles of paint from various projects, pockets full of garden tags, markers, snippers and much more.
It is satisfying to cross off projects on my crafting to do list … …
towel apron, fixing of the gate tree, , gnome logs, fairy pot house, stash afghan in blues, stash afghan in multi, crochet twiddle muff, needle case, fingerless mitts, circle tote bag, driftwood, owl, hair bows. What’s on your winter crafting list.
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