Change the Colors and Pocket for an Apron to Use All Year Long!
A vintage tablecloth and vintage-style fabric combine in a lovely apron. The embroidered pocket was inspired by a vintage postcard. The fabrics and colors are perfect for Christmas. Make another one in colors you love for use all year long.
Vintage-look yardage can be substituted for the tablecloth and will be just as appealing. Add fringe, lace or rick rack to finish the hem.
Other embroidery patterns can be used for the pocket, or fussy cut a print motif to use instead. Or, choose a vintage linen, such as an embroidered piece or a hanky and cut it to size.
Once you have all the parts, the apron itself is easy to stitch together. The designer, Kerri of Lovely Little Handmades, provides a great tutorial.
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