Apron Love

That smile on my face reflects my delight in this darling apron my friend and fellow quiltmaker Nancy S. surprised me with recently. It’s called a crossback reversible apron. You’ll understand why when you see the back:

Did you notice I said it’s reversible? Look at the fabric Nancy chose for the reverse side:

As someone who likes to cook and sew, these fabrics are right up my alley. The two prints are a supple blend of cotton and flax designed by Sevenberry for Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

A quick search of the internet shows numerous patterns available for crossback reversible aprons. Nancy used this pattern by Indygo Junction:

The apron is beautifully made. Thank you, Nancy, for this lovely gift! You can be sure it will be treasured and used.

As usual, Coco the Photobomb gets the last word:





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4 Responses to Apron Love

  1. Vickie Rooks says:

    What a great gift! Love the choice of fabrics! 

  2. Nancy says:

    It was my pleasure!  You look adorable in it and I think it was the perfect apron for you!

  3. Vickie Rooks says:

    Both you and the apron look great! Great choice of fabrics and what a special friend!

  4. Diane says:

    How cute is that?!

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