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20.3.10 | Posted by Nancy Brumfield | Edit Post
Another Saturday, another scrap project.
And at the end of this post the GIVEAWAY!!!!
I had some left over pillowcase from this project. I knew right away what I was gonna do with it.
Doesn't it make a pretty apron?
Here's how I made it.
Scrap of fabric
80" ribbon at least 2"
Cut your scrap of fabric into a rectangle.
Mine is 20" x 13"
For the hem fold over 1/4" and then another 1/4" and iron.
Sew the hem.
For the tie fold your ribbon in half and iron.
Cut the ends of the ribbon at an angle and apply fray block.
Pin the ribbon to the fabric (make sure to match the centers) and sew.