Pretty Ditty Apron

This is my first attempt at making an apron using Jamie Christina’s ”Pretty Ditty’‘ pattern.  I made the non-reversible apron and really like it!  Might have to add a few of these to my To-Do-List! 

I don’t normally cook with an apron, but really I should!  I love looking at aprons and think they just make your kitchen look complete!

Today I finished these two reversible aprons, both made using Erin McMorris Park Slope fabric and a little bit of Heather Ross’s dots.  

A Swell Apron!

I decided to make another one of these reversible Emmeline Aprons, this time in Swell fabrics by Urban Chiks for Moda.  Again I ran into some trouble making this one, nothing seemed to go right and I had to do a fair bit of unpicking…  This was meant to be for a friend, but I don’t know if I feel it’s ”good enough”.  I will wait till the morning and look at it closely in daylight.  

An Apron in Apples & Pears!


I think my new sewing room does work!  I just finished my first project for the year – and in the new room.  Today I made this apron, using a pattern by Montessori By Hand, called The Emmeline Apron.  I used the wrong interfacing, so I am not 100% happy with it, but have now bought the right one so I’m hoping the next one will be just right!  

I used Alexander Henry’s Apples & Pears fabric which I just love, with some on Erin McMorris fabric for contrast.