Apron for Thelma, closeup
Design: Cherry Collection, OESD. Lettering: Bernina Artista's Anniverysary
Apron for Thelma
Pocket embellished with mini and large rickrack. Over the shoulders are the tea towel yardage that was the inspiration for the apron design. Thelma choose that yardage from my stash, and then I did the apron to go along with them.
Sew Chic's Clara Bow apron, modified
Sew Chic's Clara Bow apron
Modified: shortened by about a foot, added embroidery to bib, piping around edge, tiny lace trim on pockets, changed bow. Made loop separate, so it just slips in, rather than being tied
Pattern: Retro Aprons
by Cindy Taylor Oates, binding with Bernina bias binder
Baker's hat for Teddy
101 Dalmatians designs
Apron for Teddy
Closeup of hat & apron for Teddy
"Doctor Who" apron
Police call box from Urban Threads, Fonts from Bernina Artista (Doctor Who is Blackboard, Spencer is Energy)
Apron for Jameson
I think the triangle is from a video game he likes… Zelda or something.
Aprons for triplets
Sabrina is MW's RSVP, panda is Sue Box.
Closeup of Sabrina's apron
Closeup of Vienna's apron
Vienna is MW's Dixie; happy face is Embroidery Library, modified.
Jessica is Bernina Artista's "Blackboard." Master Chef is MW Bonny.
Closeup of Jessica's apron
Closeup of apron, little tag on pocket
I bought these cute tags on etsy.
Closeup of pocket.
Closeup of towel loop on apron.
Ruler to give you an idea of the size. Loop is made of straight grain fabric, bias plaid is printed.
Closeup of towel loop on apron
Closeup of Sashiko stitching on apron ruffle.
Applied with Babylock (bias) binder on Sashiko machine.
Apron with towel
Closeup of apron
I will replace this picture once the towel is washed! We still have chalk marks and WSS here.
Design is Embroidery Library, name added with Bernina Artista software.
Closeup of apron bib
N is from Martha Pullen's IEC 2013. Buttons are vintage jet.
Apron for Cousin Natalie
Pattern: Mixing Bowl Beauty, modified
Fabrics: New York Retro
Buttons are vintage jet.
Chef Will hat
Monogram Wizard's "Princess"
Pint sized apron and chef's hat
Disney design is from ULT 2003D, lettering is Monogram Wizard's "Princess". Shhh... don't tell William!
Embroidery Library design; Lettering Monogram Wizard's "El Paso". "Spicy" is part of the design!
Bias bound apron
Binding attached using Bernina's bias binding attachment. Fabric is of the London subway system. Sarah lived there for a year, so I thought this might be fun for her, though she is likely to tell me she already has enough aprons!
I am eagerly looking for suggestions on using this attachment better. I want to avoid the cupping you see on the right shoulder (left side of picture) and elsewhere. I was able to press most of it out, but I'd like to avoid it altogether! I use a stiletto to coax the fabric in right next to the fold, and in doing so, especially on curves, I end up easing it in, resulting in more fabric than binding and resulting in the cupping/puckering problem. I haven't found any help online anywhere so hope someone can help!
Apron pattern from Retro Aprons by Cindy Taylor Oates.
I started off embroidering the bib and made a booboo... and then a further booboo in the form of a hole in trying to remove the stitches. So this bib is to save it! The original idea for the pocket was a different design (the cherry design you see on the other apron, same fabric) but I didn't think it well with the soft colours in the bib. So... that pocket went on the other apron. Designs: bib: OESD's Old Orchard; pocket: Embroidery Library. I do wish I'd gone for a softer colour on the pocket design for the outline stitches!
Embroidery Library design on pocket
Pocket, design: OESD's Old Orchard
Closeup of bib
All designs, OESD's Old Orchard
All designs: OESD's Old Orchard. I intended to give the cherry apron made last year (red gingham and black background cherry print) at a bridal shower... that didn't work out, but I told the bride I would be sending her an apron. So here, finally! is her apron.