Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Cute Aprons Ideas

I'm in search of a cute apron ideas (for moms) for one of the projects at our Super Saturday (church craft day).  I'm looking for something cute, fun, and not too complex as sewers will be of all skill levels and our time is limited.  So if you have any fun ideas, tutorials, patterns please share them with me at delightfuldistraction@gmail.com.

THANKS A BUNCH!

20 comments:

Ryan and Brooke Ross said...

I really like the tea towel aprons. They are really easy and don't take much time. If you would like some instructions or would like to see a picture please let me know.

Kelli said...

I just sent an email with several links and some probably-poorly-explained ideas. Good luck!

MJ said...

I don't have any ideas, but would LOVE to have some! Are you going to share the ideas?? :)

Jen Gillespie said...

I'm with MJ...please share for us creative-idea impaired!

Shepherd Family ACAL said...

re links to 2... kid & adult if you google free apron pattern there are lots out there...
https://www.craftstylish.com/item/3661/make-one-adorable-apron-from-two-colorful-napkins

and
http://lululollylegs.blogspot.com/2007/07/lined-apron-tutorial.html

Marisa said...

This looks like a quick and easy apron:

http://jonag.typepad.com/stop_staring_and_start_se/2008/12/your-christmas-gift-from-mean-apron-in-an-hour.html

Gayle said...

I thought this was a cute idea and one that didn't cost a lot.
http.//blog.betzwhite.com/2009/05/10-minute-pillowcase-apron.html
Good luck.

Natalie said...

This one is really easy and fast.

http://jonag.typepad.com/Apron%20in%20an%20hour%20tutorial.pdf

Good luck

emmylou said...

I have a very simple tutorial on my blog that would take 30-45 minutes. It here: http://emmylouhart.blogspot.com/2009/07/simple-apron-tutorial.html. I've gotten a couple of ideas from your blog in the past for our fabulous friday! Thanks!

Mehul said...

Hi Emily,

I had just sent an email with a couple f ideas as desired by you. Please revert if you didn't got it.party favors and planning

Sarah @ Pumpkin Patch said...

Great blog! I don't have any great apron ideas for adults, but I have some for kids if you ever need them. (I guess you could just upsize the pattern).

Anyway, I love your blog and check it often. I added you to my list of favorites on my parenting/family blog. You can take a peek if you like. www.pumpkinpatchdesigns.blogspot.com --Sarah

Lacie E. said...

i have a couple under sewing on my blog they are a little more complicated but could be easily scaled back.

hoon said...

I appreciate the labor you have put in developing this blog. Nice and informative.

Mike and Shan said...

Check out my blog, mytaylormade.blogspot.com

I have an apron pattern that is full of straight lines. If they are super beginners, you could probably leave off the pockets.

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Taryl said...

one i've seen that was cute (could be in one of the many links previously posted...) buy (or make) a typical plain patterned apron... in another patter, trace the hands of the children, cut and sew onto apron. so cute.

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