I have made almost 100 of these apron in the past 3 years. I either give them as gifts or sell them at our church craft fair.
This one is so bright and cheery I wanted to share it before I give it away tomorrow to my secret sister in my quilt group.
What a darling apron and a lucky secret sister you have. I know she will appreciate her apron! It's a winner! Can I be your secret sister next year? Marlene
Wendy, love your apron, such cute fabric.
Very nice; your friend is sure to like this gift, I enjoy making and using aprons, especially this time of year.
LOVE love love the apron I collect snow peoples of all venues and am green er white with envy! bryanne
Is there a pattern available for this apron? bryanne
I have this pattern. I have made a couple kids ones but not an adult one yet. I need to do that. It is so cute.
I love this - what a great idea... I have some extra Christmas fabric and will make my Mom & daughter matching aprons... I would love your pattern...
This is great. I love the fabric you used. It's a wonderful pattern, too. You always make such nice things.
oh that is cute
I love the apron. Where do I find the pattern?
I love that apron and would like to know where to get the pattern, too. It would make wonderful gifts.
Where can I get a cpy of the apron attern I would love to start them in the New Year for next season It is adorable
Great apron. I'd like to know where to get the pattern. It looks like it would be quick and easy to make.
Cute, cute apron. Where can I get the pattern? Is it reversible?
Love it!! It looks like wrapping paper. :-) I've made several of those aprons, too, and the recipients always like the style. I've changed the strap style on some to have a D-ring fastener at the front. Started out for a friend that has trouble reaching up behind her head to tie things and liked the result. The pattern is "Four Corners Apron!" by Vanilla House Designs. Very easy and flattering style.
This would be a wonderful apron for my daughter who is a cook, works for CPK (now is a AGM for East Coast). Can I
ask where to buy the pattern? Thank you in advance for info.
Some of you were wondering about the pattern I use for my aprons,
It is called Four Corners Apon.
By vanilla House
You can find it at most quilt stores.
or you can order it from them
Cute, cute, cute Wendy. Thanks for sharing the name of the pattern.
Wow, 100 aprons! Very pretty, great job!