Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Fat Quarter Apron Pattern With Thermoweb And Windham Fabric

Making an apron with just fat quarters was a fun adventure, especially with the beautiful fabric 
from Windham's Meriwether fabric by Amy Gibson and the amazing products from Therm o Web. 

Fat Quarter Apron


I love all the gorgeous prints in Meriwether!


Supplies used for this apron:
Four buttons

There's a little appliqued bird on the pocket, too.
I used Aurifil thread from Amanda Murphy's Applique Collection. They are all beautiful,
but I only used Aurifil Thread, 28 wt, 2785 and Aurifil Thread, 28 wt, 2226 for the bird.


Please visit Therm O Web's blog today to see the whole process of making this apron.


You can find the pattern at my Craftsy store HERE.
 

10 comments:

Annie said...

A happy apron. Love those colors! I never got used to wearing an apron but every time I see a new one made I sure wish I had.

Needled Mom said...

That is really cute, Carol....almost too cute to soil by wearing it. ;-)

krislovesfabric said...

Happy colors and happy fabric Carol, very pretty!!

KaHolly said...

Too cute, Carol! There is just no end to your talents!

Patty said...

So cute!!!

Createology said...

I adore this apron and you have made it super fun with all the different fabrics. Creative Apron Bliss...<3

Amy said...

Love the apron and the fabrics that you used. Just BEAUTIFUL!

Susan said...

I really like your bird applique and it's a great apron.

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Cute apron. How does the 28 wt thread work in your machine? I have been thinking about getting a bit heavier weight for some of my applique.

Anita Jackson @ Domestic Felicity said...

I love the fabric choices! Great looking apron!