Apr26 Pink, Pink, and More Pink Posted on April 26, 2014 by Pillows A-La-Mode Standard I’ve been in an apron sewing mood and dug into the pinks in my stash. So fun to mix, match, and make! Click here for a link to the free Ruffle Aprons Tutorial along with my tweaks. ♥ Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
😍😘sweet, now I will have to look for that apron fabric. I want one as well. Co cute
Thank you, Simona! 🙂
Your creations are just the cutest!!!
Awww . . . what a sweet compliment! 🙂
love all the different prints together…but, all pink!
Thank you, Marilyn! Choosing the fabrics is one of the best parts! 🙂
so cute! I LOVE aprons even though I never think to wear them when I cook 😦 They do make you feel official, though. ha
I know what you mean! I forget to grab mine, too! 🙂
Ooh this is so pretty! Pink is my favourite colour!
Thank you, Hannah! 🙂
Pretty in pink! I adore all the ruffles, too. You are QUEEN of aprons, Katherine!
Thank you, Lauren! What fun to hear the words pink, ruffles, and queen all in one compliment! 🙂
Sweetness! Just the thing for whipping up a strawberry shortcake dessert! 🙂
Wow, Laura . . . now I’m hungry for strawberry shortcake! 🙂
So cute!!!! I love aprons and do wear them!!!!
Thank you, Doreen! 🙂
Love this! Do you remember where you found the apron-print fabric?
Thank you! I got the fabric at a clearance sale on Joann.com. I just checked their web site and a few others and can’t find it anymore, though. 😦 It’s called “Kitchen Chic.” It was definitely a lucky find!
Cute. I like to make aprons as well.
Thank you! They really ARE fun to make . . . and they’re very popular gifts with all the girls in my family! 🙂
SO CUTE!!!! I love pink! 🙂
Thank you, Stacy! Pink always makes me smile, too! 🙂
funny – I’ve had a piece of cloth out on the cutting table, trying to think of a cute apron pattern to use it with. This one is really cute.
I’ve really enjoyed using this tutorial from Joann . . . I have a link to a “one hour apron” that’s fun to make, too. 🙂 https://pillowsalamode.wordpress.com/2014/02/19/one-hour-apron/
I remember that! Now I can find it again. Thanks so much!!
Love it! So pretty!
Thank you, Susan! 🙂
Such a cute eclectic print!
Thank you, Alisa! 🙂
FUN !! !! !! Love all the ruffles, and your great tutorials!~~!
Thank you, Mary! Those ruffles really do make this pattern fun! 🙂
Simply adorable! I love it.
Thank you, Beverly! 🙂
Love the fabric. You must have quite a stash!
I’ll admit it . . . I do! 🙂
Just when I think you can’t possibly out-do yourself… you prove me wrong. 🙂
What a sweet compliment . . . thank you! 🙂
Pretty and perfect for warding off icing sugar!
Mmmmm . . . icing! 🙂 Thank you, Eleanor!
That is so pretty! I absolutely love aprons.
I do, too! I have some of my grandmother’s (and some she made for me!), plus the very first apron I ever made when I was around 10. Now I’m loving making them for gifts for the girls in the family! 🙂
I love that idea. I was telling my girls tonight it’s my next project. But do they wear them where you come from? Because I can honestly say, in Sydney, I have never seen anyone wear an apron…..ever.
I know a lot of people who wear them, and my daughter-in-law Tiffany wears the ones I make for her at work (she’s an art teacher) and every time she cooks. Me . . . I often forget, even though I keep one or two handy on a hook in the kitchen! 🙂 Maybe you can start a new trend! 🙂
I think that could just work…….I’m going to start with your pattern. So thank you for that…….
That last post ‘sent’ accidentally. I started to say, thank you for the pattern. I’m looking forward to trying it,
I can’t wait to see your creation! 🙂 Have fun!
Thank you, Daisy! 🙂
Great pattern mixing with the apron – you’ll never see a stain!
That made me laugh . . . a perk I’d never thought of! 🙂
Beautiful !! 🙂
Thank you, dear Izabel! 🙂
So cute, Katherine!
Thank you, Pam! 🙂
Adorable apron… love it!
Thank you, Kerri! 🙂
Your apron series is thievery best!
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