So, one of my sisters has been into baking artisan breads lately. She'd been admiring my zest for sewing lately, and so I asked her if there was anything she wanted. She said she wanted an apron.
I've got tons of terry cloth towels that I've been hoarding for craft projects, so I thought they'd make a pretty stellar apron.
Cut it out and sewed in about an hour and a half. Very gratifying!
The top and bottom are made from two different towels, and I just zig-zagged around the edges to prevent fraying.
It doesn't fit the best, but rather I'm too lazy to take it apart and reconstruct.
Plus, if she's half as messy as I am in the kitchen, the more it covers, the better!
The belt is from an old bathrobe and the part that goes around the neck is from two t-shirt neckbands.
The pockets are made from these little kids wash cloths I got at the dollar store - each one has information on different sea creatures. I chose the sharks and whales ones for this apron (mostly because the colors matched the towels best).
I think I'm hooked on making aprons.