I am sharing a picture of one of my mother's aprons that she makes. My Mum is 76 and has always been a fantastic sewer, knitter, crocheter and embroiderer.This apron was made about 20 years ago for a show and has never been used. The sewing is flawless and she did not use a binding foot to put the binding on. She has been making this style of apron for as long as I can remember and I am nearly 55. As a child we lived in a very small rural community and I attended a primary school with only 6 in my class. The school and local Anglican church used to have annual fairs as fundraisers and Mum would make many of this apron style to sell. The fabric donated by a manufacturer in Hobart used to arrive by mail in a brown paper parcel.
This apron style is perfect to put machine embroidery on, decorate with ric rac etc. You are limited only by your imagination.
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5/8inch (1.5cms)seams are used throughout
Coming Soon - a quilt layout to use our machine embroideries