Hi friends. How's your week going? We've been OK here, just recovering from our big week of travel last week, and trying to catch up on the never ending housework in this place. I'm also chasing my tail trying to get some sewing done for this weekend.
Today I wanted to share some of my favourite apron tutorials from around blogland. There really are so many out there I don't know where to start, except to say that these ones look like fun and also like great gift ideas. . If you feel like it, make one too.
For the grown ups:
If you're a patchworky quilty kind of person, try this nice idea from Denyse Schmidt at Craftzine. I love the shape of this apron.
And for your little people who love to be just like the grown ups...
The sweetest little apron, and all you need is a teatowel, thread and some binding. Found at I have to say. (this is my favourite kid apron. And I love lemons too.)
- Martha also has a gardeners apron, crafter's apron, chef's apron and kids oilcloth aprons.
- One of my favourite aprons is the paris apron from living creatively, but unfortunately they're updating their website. Try it again soon.
So many lovelies here, I hope you have some inspiration.