I wanted something quick, cute, and one-size-fits-all to give for Christmas presents this year, so I decided to whip up some half-aprons. Except I figured since I was going to back them anyways, I might as well go ahead and make them reversible
They went over really well and they were SO easy to make, about 2 hours each after I figured out what a good size was. I'd be happy to make a tutorial if anybody's interested cause I still have one more to whip up
Here's my sister's. I hope the fabric is easy enough to see; it's really cute! Owls and apples
And the reverse side of hers. The pockets are lined with the fabric from the opposite side, and every seam that was done with top-stitching has two rows of stitching for durability and a more professional finish.
Side one of my mom's. I made the ties really, really long, partly because it's a little more one-size-fits-all that way, and partly cause some people like to tie it around front like she did here
The fabric has little pink and blue coffee mugs all over it, if it's hard to see.
The reverse of hers. The stitches match the fabrics even when I had to change thread in awkward places, like at the pockets. Wish I'd gotten a close-up. Oh well!
Hope you like them! They pattern I drew up isn't particularly fancy but they were really easy and the double-sided-ness helps keep spills from leaking through them onto your clothes. They went over well with the recipients so I think I'd call it a success