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« on: July 12, 2009 01:21:20 AM »

Hi everyone this is my second post now its so exciting I cant wait to finish my projects so that I can post them on here..............well I got a new sewing machine so I been finding a reason to sew I have also seen some really cool aprons and I figured it would be a fairly easy project.......well I have to say it was once I got used to sewing again

I searched the web for some child patterns and I came across this one the best one I have seen yet http://sillypiggymonkey.blogspot.com/2008/03/childs-apron-tutorial.html

Well here are the pictures

My daughter in her new apron

Playing in her kitchen frying a banana

Looking crazy you can see its kinda long on her but something for her to grow into

Showing off her banana

The apron, I used velcor since she doesnt know how to tie things yet

Well I hope everyone likes it I am very proud of it my husband says it looks like an incomplete dress I think I will add pockets to it later she wanted to wear it before I was even finish sewing it so I just let her have at it

Comments and criticism tell me maybe something I could do different
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2009 01:33:54 AM »

the apron is lovely - I love the bright colour and that is a nice bib part to the top. Your daughter is a real cutie! and she looks adorable in it.
I kept lots of aprons for my daughter when she was little -it is much easier to change a litle apron that is wet/grubby than a whole set of clothes and we were going through 4-5 aprons a day. Saved a lot of washing and drying Wink. Also meant that we could get ready to go out in a flash -simply change the apron! Cheesy
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« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2009 04:32:21 PM »

first of all, ur daughter is so absolutely adorable!!

and the apron is very cute. I would've loved one when I was little like that..
and...smart with the velcro..i'm 20 and I still have troubles tying aprons..maybe i need to make myself one like that!! Roll Eyes

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