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Farmhouse Gingham Apron (a variation of the Child’s Apron pattern)

There’s a reason I’ve been a little MIA…..but it’s a story I’ll share another day.  But yes, I have about 3 half-finished projects that I’m dying to blog about.  And several more that I can’t wait to begin.  You know, once life gets a little back to normal.  Soon, I promise!


In the meantime, Cami from Tidbits, has created a fun little twist on her Child’s Apron Pattern.  She made a darling little Farmhouse Gingham Apron for her little girl, because you know, the more apron styles the better!  And what little girl doesn’t want to pretend she’s on the farm, gathering eggs from the chickens and buckets of milk from the dairy cows.




Oh, and fruit from the orchard…




This variation is made using the Child’s Apron Pattern that she shared a couple months ago.  You know, the same one that I used to make ruffly aprons for my girls.  (Which, they pull out every time we make ANYTHING these days.  It’s Chloe’s go-to apron, because she doesn’t have to ask me for any help putting it on.  Velcro is our friend!)





However, Cami added some sweet lace to the waistline, the pocket, and along the bottom edge of this gingham apron.  Absolutely darling!



And I’m pretty sure her little lady approves! :)




More pictures and info on the Farmhouse Gingham Apron over on Cami’s Blog HERE.


And more info on the Child’s Apron HERE.  And yes, boy styles included! :)




Enjoy your day!  And we’ll talk reaaaaaaally soon!



Ashley Johnston

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Ashley Johnston is a professional DIY costume maker, sewist, crafter, and owner of Make It & Love It. She is a mom of 5 and a wife to a very patient (with the craft clutter) husband. In case you’re wondering, she always chooses crafting/sewing/designing over mopping/dusting/wiping base boards……but bathrooms/laundry/full bellies are always attended to. Whew!

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