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Reviewed by:robert t.
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Posted on:1/26/07 10:53 AM
Last Updated:1/26/07 11:20 AM


Review Rating: Helpful by 7 people    Very Helpful by 2 people   
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pterion said...
Very cute apron! Thanks for the tip about the metal yardstick and congrats on your first review :-)
1/26/07 11:11 AM
JenSews2 said...
Cute apron! And good idea about a yardstick to turn the tie. I wouldn't have thought about that.
1/26/07 11:23 AM
SexiSadi said...
Nice apron! Congrats on your first review!
1/26/07 12:02 PM
Donna H said...
Hey Robert! Great apron. Great review...see it's not too difficult, right? Keep 'em comin'!
1/26/07 12:16 PM
krystalkaes said...
Thank you for the review! Congratulations on your maiden voyage to the wonderful and wild world of Pattern Review. :-)
1/26/07 12:25 PM
Tany said...
Congratulations on your first review!
1/26/07 3:13 PM
Vonnevo said...
Congratulations on writing your first review ! Nice apron :)
1/26/07 4:12 PM
PixieCat said...
Congratulations on your first review! Hopefully, the first of many. Nice apron!
1/27/07 6:37 AM
SewVeryTall said...
Pretty apron Robert! Thanks for the tip, too...we like tips! :)
1/27/07 7:49 AM
JDpenelope said...
Congratulations on your first review! Thanks for the link to the free instructions. No need for a pattern on this one and it came out very nice, too.
1/27/07 3:32 PM
Deepika said...
Pretty apron. Incidentally my first sewing project was also an apron which I still use.
2/23/07 8:43 AM
AnneM said...
This is a great pattern. Thank you for pointing it out! Great BBQ style aprong. I could also see adding more pockets for tools (ok, so it would take more than a yard, but other scraps could be used) and using it as a garden or shop apron.
2/23/07 10:56 AM
 
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