Remember this fabric that I bought at Hancock's of Paducah yesterday(in the bargain bin)?I used it to make one of my "patchwork" aprons. I use the term patchwork loosely here... Anyhow, this is something I came up with after I started learning to quilt. My first attempt at one of these aprons was for a Tie One On Challenge. Here it is. Here's another. And another. I thought piecing interesting fabrics together would lend itself to aprons and it did! I'm sure there are more patchwork aprons out there, but I'm claiming this design as my own. I feel all artsty-fartsy and creative when I make this style of apron. No pattern...just fabric to play with, rectangles and maybe a triangle if I'm feeling sassy! Like I was today.This, I think, is my best effort apron-wise to date as far as the design. I love it...the fabrics, the colors, the prints. I love it so much that I think I NEED to make myself an identical skirt(minus the pinwheel pocket). Except I don't know how to do that.
This apron is officially going to be listed in my Etsy shop. Which is still empty. But not for long.