So these are my yellow and blue rose aprons I used these same fabrics to make my nifty fifties apron from an earlier entry; but have taken it a lot farther . This first one with the blue background, I tried a dual-compartment pocket with an electric and baby blue striped fabric. The straps are baby yellow rose buds. I used yellow and electric blue lace; I love this lace combination. Like all my aprons They are both fully lined and with a comfy enclosed elastic waistband .
Now my white background, yellow and blue rose apron has just been sold, I ship it out tomorrow, along with my pirate apron, my first sales very excited.
I added baby blue lace along with the yellow lace to this one.
I really love how these look, similar but with there own unique qualities.
I originally bought this fabric for a quilt, but as soon as I had found the bright green lace, I knew this apron was meant to be. it doesn’t show real well in photos but there is silver metallic highlighting the pattern on every piece of fabric used.
Here you can see a little more detail. and like all my apron I have added a comfy elastic waistband , and is fully lined. (I’m amazed at how many $50.00 aprons I have found on line to be just one layer of fabric thick, with that said, I hope to sell this at an upcoming apron party for $29.00)
I love these fabric pieces I bought Stax bundles and added the green paisley and the middle piece left over from a beer garden skirt I made, its kinda hard to tell but there is a silver metallic running through the Stax bundle. I am planing a rather large square quilt, to showcase the top right corner paisley.
I have been unable to do much for a few months thanks to a back injury, I have spent this time collecting fat quarters on sale, and organizing my craft room ( ill share a photo of that one day ) and practicing my embroidery and knitting from the safety of my bed. I have many many plans now and hope to belt out a number of projects in the near future.