Friday, May 20, 2011

Crazy Daisy Apron

Happy Friday!  I'm so glad the weekend is here.  The last thing I have to share with you this week is the Crazy Daisy Apron I made last week.  I actually can't take all the credit for this one.  I work with the Young Women at church, and we had a huge fundraising event last weekend for Girl's Camp.  One of my Young Women helped me pick out this pattern and sew the apron to be raffled off at our event.  She is a 12 year old, and she's got mad sewing skills.  She told me she went to sewing camp a summer or two ago.  I can't wait to sign Grace up for sewing camp.  Doesn't that sound like fun?!  I kind of wish I could sign myself up for sewing camp.

Happy weekend to you all!  Maybe you'll get some sewing done.  I'm hoping to get a little extra sleep!  All I wanted to do all day yesterday was crawl into my bed.


Annee said...

That actually looks pretty tricky for an apron! Not simple at all But, it turned out lovely. I always think I'm sick of that Heather Bailey fabric, but then when I see it used in something new, I remember how much I like it.

Will you use the pattern again?

Kevin and Kristina said...

So adorably cute!!

PS- i emailed you earlier this week. let me come get G&G next week so you can get some sleep and relax!

Mini said...

looks very cute!!

Liz said...

Thanks for the kind compliments!

Annee, I would probably use this pattern again, but I'm still partial to the Emmeline apron. It's just my favorite. The Crazy Daisy Apron isn't to trick to sew, but it is definitely time consuming. I mean ties, pockets, sashes, and a ruffle make for lots of work. Worth it in the end though.

I feel the same way about that Heather Bailey fabric, and that's why I chose her fabric. I kind of just want to clear my stash of it, but as soon as the apron was done, I was a bit sad that I was giving it away.

Kristina, I emailed you today!

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