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My Girlfriends Breakfast Club apron

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Author Kimberbell Designs
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by Taylor
on November 14th, 2011

“Another great pattern...very easy, comes together quickly, fun, and the possibilites are endless! Loved making it with fat quarters! Will be making this again! Thanks and blessings!

~16 year old sewer~”

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The "My Girlfriend's Breakfast Club" Apron is featured in the Fall 2011 issue of Where Women Cook Magazine. Download the step by step instructions here, courtesy of Kimberbell Designs, The DIY Dish, YouCanMakeThis.com, Where Women Cook Magazine, and My Girlfriend's Quilt Shoppe.

Find out how you can start your own "My Girlfriend's Breakfast Club", as well as recipes for "Cinnamon Rolls on a Stick" and "Breakfast Salad" in the latest issue of the magazine, on newsstands now.

Join Kim and Kris of The DIY Dish as they gather their girlfriends together for a "My Girlfriend's Breakfast Club" - a morning full of sewing or craft projects, food and fun.

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by Taylor
on November 14th, 2011

Another great pattern...very easy, comes together quickly, fun, and the possibilites are endless! Loved making it with fat quarters! Will be making this again! Thanks and blessings!

~16 year old sewer~

by Chris Pennifold
on October 24th, 2011

Hi Kim and Kris,
I just wanted to thank you for showing how to make this wonderful apron. I was so enthusiastic about it - I got the fabric on Monday, went out to buy the Snap on Tuesday and finished it that afternoon. Instructions were easy to follow. Thanks for all your wonderful hints and projects. Love and blessings Chris

by Winifred
on September 21st, 2011

I made my first apron as a 4-H project when I was ten. I worked at a historical site for 10 years and made my aprons to cover my 1865 dress. I also have one of my grandma's aprons. I will definitely be making this apron - it will make a great Christmas gift!

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