True to my More Splash Than Cash roots, this apron is one of my favorite items I have designed. I always thought waiters look great in their knee-length aprons at fancy-schmancy restaurants. Always knowing they would be easy to make, I just never took the time to make one.
When I make something, I always want it better than what I can buy. Then it hit me: kitchen towels! They can be added to the front with hook and loop tape. Of course, this morphed into interchangeable towels and voilá—My Bistro Apron pattern was designed and written!
This is what I love about the apron:
- Uses one yard of fabric
- Can make it in an hour or less
- Can personalize it for many people
- It’s something I can make for the men on my gift list
To make it easy for you, I have also put together kits that include the fabric, hook and loop tape, and apron strings. Then check out the my selection of tea towels— you are sure to find one that “speaks” to you.
Oh, yeah! Did I mention it could be made in less than an hour?
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Donna Babylon is a DIY and sewing guru. Her latest book is Decorating Sewlutions: Learn to Sew as You Decorate Your Home. Learn more at www.MoreSplashThanCash.com