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Sewing Aprons

Do you wear an apron when you cook or clean? An apron saves your clothes and looks sort of fun retro-y…which sort of appeals to me for some strange reason, but I don’t actually own an apron. The closest I’ve ever come is a dishtowel tied around my waist. In fact, though, as I examine our Leisure Arts sewing books, I’m finding myself oddly compelled to make an apron. Check out the inspiration…I’m…

Loving this Belted Apron from Linda Lum DeBono’s Home Stuff:

Adoring the nostalgic, whimsical designs from Mary Engelbreit’s Sew, So Cute!:

Petals Apron (This may be my absolute favorite!)

Pocket Apron

Bib Apron

Coveting these Retro in Ruffles aprons from Better Homes and Gardens Weekend Kitchen Décor to Sew:

Enjoying the easy country-cottagey apron designs from Gooseberry Patch Sew Simple:

Tablecloth Apron

Tea Towel Apron

Captivated by the Cupcake Apron from Erin Gilday’s Stripped Down Patchwork:

Transported back in time by these aprons from The Best of Sew Simple Magazine:

Retro Apron

Gathered Apron

Needing the wonderfully practicality of this Deep Pocket Chef’s Apron from Donna Kooler’s Encyclopedia of Sewing.

Dreading the holidays but yearning for the simplicity of Linda Lum DeBono’s Noel Apron from New Noel:

These are my favs! What do you think? Would you actually make and use an apron?

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