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madebybird
« on: April 26, 2010 06:56:10 PM »

Not long after my husband and I moved in together, I knew I had to convince him to start wearing an apron.  See, he does most of the cooking and I do the laundry which means I spend a lot of time standing in front of the washer fighting a never ending battle with the food stains on his clothes.  Dont get me wrong, I know how lucky I am to have a husband that cooks dinner for me every night.  I just wish it wouldnt end up on his shirts.  Hence, the need for an apron, or in his case a mapron.  His preference was for one that was the complete opposite of my girly Anthropologie apron, so I went with basic black using Kwik Sew 3613.  The pattern couldnt have been easier, but the apron on its own was a little boring so I busted out the Yudu and screen printed a grungy looking cutlery design on the front.


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« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2010 09:00:49 PM »

That's awesome! I love the screen print. Makes it so unique.

If you have an every day cook on your hands, you're going to want to make him two or three more aprons so you can rotate them. And if he's a cook who wipes his hands on his apron, you may want to make the sides wrap a little farther around the back to keep the legs of his jeans clean. You can alter the simplicity pattern really easily for that. Smiley

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