Happy Friday, Everyone!
That means it's time to head out and see what sort of free patterns I can find to share with you. Yippee! I decided to focus on aprons this week - it's back to the super cooking fun I'm having and getting tired of my same-old-same-o apron. Variety = spice of life and all that.
So, here's what I found this week for you and I to contemplate and try.
First off, this one from A Girl & A Glue Gun is perfect for many reasons - I love the fact she shows you how to make with an old pair of jeans! Head over and see how she did it.
Here's an adorable one for the little chef in your world from Living with Punks. The pattern includes an apron and mitts! I LOVE the fabric she found. Zip over to her site and learn more.
This pattern comes from The Quilter in the Gap and uses a charm pack to create it. She has fantastic directions - very clear as in how to do it. This would be a fun one to try.
How about a reversible one? Messy on one side...just flip! My kind of apron! I love the fabric Lori at Vintage Apron Patterns found to make this one. She has oodles of other patterns - some free for the taking, others for purchase. It's perfect!
While I was peaking around there I also found this "disposable" apron pattern she had using a table cloth. What a GREAT idea!
This next one comes from Creations from My Heart and is a link to a wonderful pattern from JoAnn's Fabrics. I love the fabric choices.
Looking for an apron to cover MORE of you? I tend to make a pretty big mess, so I might need to go with something more like this one from Amy Hearts it. Her fabric choice is stunning.
Here is another full size apron. The pattern for this comes from Ink & Spindle. The posting I found it at is here on Martha Stewarts Craft Depot. You print the pattern from a link on the post.
How about one you make with fat quarters? I LOVE the fabric choice here - so bright and cheerful!
Pop over to Art Gallery Fabrics for this pattern.
This next one is a full size apron, as well and as previously mentioned, a good idea in my book. I found this over at Skip to My Lou. It's made with a tea towel. Her directions make it look SUPER simple! You should skip on over and check it out!
The last one for today comes from Make it Do. Calli created a wonderful post about a gardening apron. I am going to NEED one of these, right? If those seeds all come up? I think it would be good for a vendor apron at craft fairs and such, too. What do you think?
There's plenty to play around with in today's post. Have fun and let me know what you try!
PS. Don't forget to enter the drawing for a set of fabric headers (35+ pieces of fabric) and a quilt pattern over at THIS POST!