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Love the big hexes and contrast binding.

This is beautiful. Use a high quality yarn, such as cashmere. I added 2" to the length. The edges are finished with an I cord knit into the pattern. I will make this one again.

Pinafore Apron with pockets - nice for Mother's Day

  • Joanna Blake

    I need one of these made out of towels, so when I take my two small dogs out of the bathtub after their bath I don't get soaked, lol.

  • Julie Taylor

    Love it love it love love love it!

  • Becky Flanigan

    I like it. No buttons, no tieing, just slip it on.. Great for us country girls, put our clothespins in the pockets, go collect eggs....

  • Tracy Brixey

    Becky, that's just what I was thinking. Great for gardening too! Loose and cool. I love cute clothes, and aprons, but when it comes to real work, I think comfort is more important.

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Lauren Truett - 1 please. Oh, go ahead and make 2 because you know Emily Tickle Thomas is gonna want one, too! xo xo

The Hooded Scarf sewing pattern I have this and I am going to make this in every style and color. Pattern includes different styles for women and children. I got faux fur for one of mine :)

An idea from the Alabama Stitch Book applied here to a linen dress I'm working on. The leaves were stenciled on with fabric paint and now I'm working on outlining the leaves with a little embroidery. Dress pattern is The Socialite Dress by Anna Maria Horner.

Half-sewn muslin, cotton muslin, 1947, housed at The Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, gift of the Brooklyn Museum 2009, gift of Millicent Huttleston Rogers 1949.

velvet strawberry pincushions by Heather Bailey

Woman's coat inspiration: "Uptown Coat" by Favorite Things, made of home-dyed wool blend with contrasting quilting cotton lining and vintage buttons, sewn by Corinnea of Corinnea's Chaos blog (11 Oct. 2009), then began Created Blissfully blog after Nov. 2011.

900+ Free Sewing Patterns for Beginners to Experts - Aprons, Dresses, Costumes, Pants, Shirts, Skirts plus more! Lots of great sewing tips too.