What do you make on a winter day and you have a free hour? A SPRING apron, of course! The tutorial is from this post by Jona Giammalva on her blog Stop Staring & Start Sewing, and the fun fabrics are from my bloggy friend Laura’s LC’s Cottage Etsy shop. P.S. Click here and here for two other aprons I’ve made with this easy peasy pattern! ♥
So cute!!!! The sign in the background certainly is perfect!!!!!!
Thank you! I just had to get a little winter vs. spring in the photo! 🙂
Woohoo! Thanks for the shout out! The apron is so cute! I’m definitely going to check out that tutorial!
You’re very welcome, Laura! I need to come shop again! 🙂
totally Retro!! very cute… 🙂
Thank you! I love choosing the fabrics. 🙂
Adorable apron and I spy one of my favorite books in the background. 🙂
Thank you! And I love my “book” cabinet . . . it also has my favorite book, Little Women! 🙂
Thank you, Linda! 🙂
Cute colours Kathryn! I need a new apron too…mmmmm thinking now.
Thank you, Boomdee! You could whip one of these up in no time! 🙂
Thank you! It’s such a fun, quick project! 🙂
Oh I love that, especially the material you have used. I can see that material making a great skirt for summer too. Linda x
It WOULD be pretty for a spring skirt! I love pink and green together . . . so cheery! 🙂
Katherine, so cute!
Thank you, Pam! 🙂
That’s so pretty! (if I only knew how to sew…..)
Truly, you could make this! It’s just a lot of straight seams. It would be a perfect first project! 🙂
So cute! Spring colors, flowers❤️
Thank you! I’m ready for those colors and flowers! 🙂
Your apron is adorable and it looks like spring. 🙂 I think I remember spring? Hugs, Tamara
I think I do, too . . . but I HAVE been able to go for walks outdoors this week! A little cool and windy, but still a pleasure! 🙂
Super-duper cuteness going on here. I love, love, love aprons!
You say the sweetest things! I love aprons, too . . . especially making them! Luckily, I have LOTS of girls in my family to make them for! 🙂
This is adorable! Love your fabric choices!
Thank you! I just love mixing and matching fabrics for aprons . . . the sky’s the limit! 🙂
I thought it was a skirt until I read…would have made a cute one!
It would, Marilyn! But . . . um . . . er . . . with THIS skirt, I’d have to always stand against a wall! 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
That tie belt is so sweet. And I love the fabrics; I think the snow is melting already!
Awww . . . thank you! And happy to help the snow melt . . . it worked here, too! 🙂
Your apron is beautiful! What a fun mixture of fabrics. 🙂
Thank you, Kim! Choosing the fabrics is so much fun! 🙂
This is so pretty and Spring-like. it made me feel better just looking at it!
That’s such a sweet thing to say! Thank you! 🙂
Lovely apron, great project to do when you are a bit short of time. Love the fabric you have chosen, very spring like. 🙂
Thank you! I just organized my fabrics, so it was fun to pick these out . . . and I DO love a short project! 🙂
That’s such a cute apron!
Ooh this is lovely and, with aprons like this, spring may just come a little sooner…
Thank you, Margo! And I certainly hope we see spring very soon! 🙂
Me too – our garden is like Armageddon at the moment with windows blown out of the greenhouse, branches all over the place and a thick carpet of moss over the lawn!
Great job! That is an hour well spent for sure!
Thank you, Erin! It’s all wrapped up for a birthday gift along with a cookbook. 🙂
I just love aprons! They are so cute!
Thank you! They’re definitely my new favorite thing to make! (Aprons A-La-Mode???) 🙂
I love this!! Someone recently asked me to make them some aprons, and I think this would be the perfect pattern! Thanks for sharing!
You’re very welcome, Courtney! I’ve made a lot of these for gifts, and the recipients always love them! 🙂
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