My creative space has cleared up a bit with the completion of seven out of ten aprons that I'm donating to my daughter's class. These seven are made from a strong off-white cotton canvas; the other three will be made from a nice tropical print canvas.
The fabulous thing about these aprons is that they are easily adjustable as the neck strap and ties are one continuous piece that run through the apron.
I would have loved to be the mastermind behind that idea, but I wasn't. Katelyn's teacher suggested they be sewn that way - and it was a great idea. These aprons are designed to fit ages 3-6. But they will fit kids as old as 8 or 9.
Another great thing about these aprons is the material. It is literally a blank canvas. More to come on that. I plan to make more of these aprons to put up in the etsy shop. But first, to work on Father's Day gifts. Don't worry, you'll see what they are as soon as they're finished.
What are you doing/giving for Father's Day?
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