Piece a Colorful Apron from Fat Quarters

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Play with Color Choices to Make it Just Your Style!

Piece together a colorful collection of fabrics for an apron that’s as useful as it is eye-catching. Bright prints are wonderful, or go with whatever fits your style.

The apron will be lovely in prints coordinated around a color theme. Or choose colors for a particular holiday or season.

Fun-to-Cook Apron Pattern

The apron is made from strips cut from fat quarters so go through your stash and put a nice combination together. This makes a great gift, too, so you may want to make more than one while you’re at it.

Simple piecing makes the apron a breeze to put together. It’s even easy enough for those new to quilting.

The size of the finished apron is one size fits most.

Click here to purchase the “Fun-to-Cook Apron” pattern.


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