My husband cleaned out his closet, and I gained a stack of shirts to refashion.
Here’s the first result . . . an apron with coordinating fabric added for neck and back ties.
The sleeves and other leftover parts will be put to good use for another project.
Thanks, Dave! ♥
I love this idea! Thanks for sharing
This is a good looking apron. I’d kind of be afraid to wipe my hands on it. 🙂
I really like this apron. Curious to see what the sleeves become – had you considered using them for the ties?
Wow! That’s so cute!!
I made one of those but out of a long sleeve shirt. I kept the collar on for the neck and used the sleeves for ties. I posted the pictures here if you are interested in another version of it. I like yours as it looks a bit less complicated. 😉
The apron is about half way down.
Sweet! And cute to boot!
Love it! I’ve got a shirt in my sewing room right now, awaiting its transformation to an apron.
I just absolutely love this idea, its awesome!!!! Cheers girl!!! 🙂
Very cool! yr sis
What a neat idea! I’ll have to try this with my mom! (She’s my fabulous sewing instructor, since I’m just learning.)
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What a great idea! A little while back my hubby cleared out his wardrobe and I recycled many of his shirts into dresses for my little girl, a scarecrow and some bags. I never though of an apron though! I wonder if he’s ready to get rid of more??? haha! (Thanks for the idea!)
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any kind of instructions on how to make this apron? I like the round neck rather than the usual collared version