Posts tagged "apron"

DIY Walking Dead Apron for Halloween fun

My husband is a huge Walking Dead fan and I disclosed that I got some terrific fabric in this post. There were so many fun things Cliff wanted me to make but we settled on an Apron that he can use when he passes out Halloween candy. The rest of the year, he can grill... Read more »

French Impressionist Fabric Apron

I taught French for 16 years and those were the Camelot days of my teaching career.  I loved teaching the language and the culture.  My high school was located in the Southern Suburbs of Chicago so we had access to the world class Impressionist collection at the Art Institute.  In either French III or French... Read more »

State of Wonder dragonfly apron, table runner and napkins completed

I love reading and I love sewing and having book clubs makes them come together for me.  I think many activities we enjoy are best when paired with another favorite, be it a pal to do it with, another language to hear about it in or a snack to crunch along with the fun. Combinations... Read more »

Thomas Train Engine apron complete, back to Quilts

It is rather enjoyable to make a quick project and they don’t get much quicker than a child’s apron. That cutie is all finished, I just have to mail it off. I have a fair amount of scraps which I am hanging onto but I can’t imagine when I will use them. This is the... Read more »
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