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onechancefancy
« on: April 29, 2007 11:33:11 PM »

A dear friend of mine is an extreme gardener.  For Mother's day I would like to make her an apron.   She mentioned that she had seen one on a movie and that she liked it.  I was a full apron, but it had  large 'pouch', for storing fruits & veggies as you picked and it did go down to the knees.  Does anyone have a pattern or really any help on how I can make this useful for her?
*if this is posted in wrong area,sorry*
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did I say one project at a time?


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« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2007 08:33:33 AM »

Marthastewart.com has some fun apron patterns including gardening aprons, and the blogger Angry Chicken has a website dedicated to apron love-
http://angrychicken.typepad.com/angry_chicken/

http://angrychicken.typepad.com/tieoneon/

her flickr site and her archives have lots of cool ideas. 
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onechancefancy
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2007 10:04:06 AM »

I forgot to check Martha's site, thanks!
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blueprairie
« Reply #3 on: May 03, 2007 10:30:56 AM »

To add to Mary's comment, I have an early 50's magazine that shows a gardener-handyman type apron; It is cut just like a butcher's apron but the bottom eight inches are turned up and stitched down to form the pockets.  The outer edge is then bound with bias tape, which also make the ties. 
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