11.03.2012

Butchers Apron

With baking season just around the corner I thought I would share one of my favorite aprons to make.  I like it because it is very fast and easy to make and it has lots of coverage especially for us messing bakers!  The pattern for this apron is in French General's Home Sewn book.  I absolutely love this book it has so many nice patterns for the home.  I like buying books like this because they have more bang for your buck. And lots of inspiration!

Here is a peek at the page with the aprons I made. 

This one is similar to the one in the book. 
It also has a nice big pocket in the front.
This apron I shorted up and left off the pocket. 





18 comments:

  1. I love your aprons - especially the blue ones. You have inspired me to make myself a new apron. ~Kelly

    http://www.deniablydomestic.com/2012/11/candy-corn-cheer-bows.html

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  2. I love these but I don't want to have to sew. LOL! They are so cute. Thanks for sharing on "I Gotta Try That Monday"
    Marcie

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  3. cute aprons! Thanks for sharing at Submarine Sunday!

    T'onna

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  4. Hello!

    Love your aprons!

    I don't have a sewing machine,,,,,,,,,,, do you sell these?

    Have a Joyful Day :~D
    Charlie

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  5. I love making aprons they really are an easy sewing project to do.

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  6. Those are really cute and I love your choice of fabrics, thanks for sharing on Printabelle!

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  7. Wow, this is great! Would love it if you linked up on my blog hop www.w-t-fab.com/search/label/bloghop. Also let me know if you'd like to follow each other!

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  8. Just dropping by to let you know that I've featured this post that you shared at Marvelous Monday! Congratulations! Come grab your button at Pint Sized Baker!

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  9. Hi Paula. I love the fabric you used. I wear aprons all the time. I have a linky party every Thursday here in Australia and I'd love it so much if you linked up.

    http://domesblissity.blogspot.com.au/2012/11/thriving-on-thursdays-linky-party-41.html

    Anne xx

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  10. Hi Paula, I’m Anne from Life on the Funny Farm (http://annesfunnyfarm.blogspot.com), and I’m visiting from Farmgirl Friday.

    I think aprons make such great gifts. I love the one you showed that's blue stripes, very pretty. I once saw (prob on Pinterest) where someone rooled up an apron and put i inside a mason jar, and attached a recipe card. Love it!

    Anyway, thanks for posting this. I hope you can pop by my blog sometime to say hi…

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  11. What a great book. And you have made something excellent from it. Visiting from Sunday showcase.

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  12. I would love for you to share this (or any of your other great ideas) at the link party going on now at ‘Or so she says …’ We’ve also got a fun “Favorite Things” giveaway going on right now. Hope to see you there! www.oneshetwoshe.com

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  13. Gidday Paula. Thanks so much for linking up at Thriving on Thursday.

    Anne xx

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  14. I just adore this! Aprons are the best. Thanks so much for sharing with the Pink Hippo Party!
    xoxo
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

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  15. I love that book. I have it. Great aprons!
    Sherry

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  16. Hey Paula,
    My very first sewing project was an apron when I was little. Mine did not look this good! lol!
    Thanks so much for linking up and linking back last week at the Humble Brag! Hope to see you back tomorrow to link up more great projects and see if you were featured. Don't forget, we will be giving away more free ad space! :)
    http://www.oneprojectcloser.com/the-humble-brag-link-party-7/

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  17. Thanks for linking up! Hope to see some of your great ideas again this week on 'Or so she says ...' www.oneshetwoshe.com

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  18. both aprons look great! These would make great holiday gifts! Thanks for sharing, Paula. I am definitely pinning this post!

    Hugs,
    Lelanie

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