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|Author||Growing Up With Rosy|
“I really liked this pattern, everything came together easily. I agree that it is a great pattern for trying out appliques.”
Note from author: "The wonderful apron is so fun over just about anything! I have paired it with peasant dresses, T-shirts, Legging, and jeans. It is completely reversible for 2 totally different looks. This apron is very simple and goes together very quickly. You will want to make up a bunch!
My ebook will take you through each and every step of the process with photos detailing each part. I am also available to answer any questions you may have via email or telephone. I am so happy to offer these patterns and am always happy to help! XOXO Karen & Rosy "
Note: These instructions are for the apron only. You will need to pair it up with another dress, t-shirt, etc. to be worn underneath.
45 pictures & 26 pages
1 yard each of 2 non-directional fabrics, 1/4 yard of a coordinating fabric, and 24 inches 3/8 inch ribbon.
Sizes that can be made: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6
The information and hand-drawn patterns in this eBook may be used to create items for personal use and for sale in small quantities only. The book itself or any information taken from it may not be reproduced in any form and is protected by United States and International copyright laws. Thank you
I really liked this pattern, everything came together easily. I agree that it is a great pattern for trying out appliques.
Great pattern and canvas for applique. Super simple!!!!!
This went together really well, and was perfect for my daughters orphan costume when she danced to Annie's "Hard Knock Life". The sizing was great, the instructions were clear, and it went together in very short time. The only issue I had was that for larger sizes, you really need more than a yard of fabric, unless you get 60" fabric. I got a yard of 45" fabric, folded it the was it stated in the pattern, and there was not enough space to fit both pattern pieces on. I had to cut it the size 6, but the length of a size 5, to squeeze it on the yard (for the second fabric, I opened up the first fabric pattern pieces and cut around the full pieces rather than trying to fit on the folded fabric again). Also, I had to move side ties down quite a bit-the suggested placement would only work for smaller sizes. But overall, I was really happy with this, and would sew it again with the given changes.