Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Reversible half apron

So I was at the Corn Wagon in Springville with my mom and niece a while back and bought some cute fabric that I wanted to make an apron out of. Well my niece saw the fabric and asked what I was getting it for so I told her I was making an apron. She said she wanted one to match mine so I bought her some fabric too. I figured her b-day was coming up and I would make it and give it to her then.


Here is one like it that I made to sell and see if I could make a little extra money. Do you think these would sell? They are for children.

As you can see they are reversible. Cute little flowers on one side and citrus slices on the other.

5 comments:

Nedra said...

Welcome to the Utah group of Quilting Bloggers! There are 30 of us now. I've only been blogging since June and when I started I think there were only 7 or 8 of us from Utah.
Congratulations on finishing your first quilt! And I love Corn Wagon.
You can find me at cacus-needle.

amandajean said...

it's a very cute apron! I love your fabric choices.

Karen said...

Wrong Karen.....I wish it would have been me;)

Carrie said...

Cute apron -- nice to have it reversible. I love that collection of fabric. I made a quilt from it.

Clint and Elle Stallings said...

I love this apron!