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Posted on:8/5/10 7:10 PM


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drsue said...
Very pretty! I am also petite and had the same issue (which I mentioned in my review I'm pretty sure). What is really interesting is that if you make is smaller, you actually need more than 1 yard of fabric.
8/5/10 7:30 PM
obsessed with sewing said...
Very cute, love the plum motif. I recently made several aprons myself (different pattern). It's funny how they were so out of vogue for so long considering that they really serve a great purpose (keeping your clothes clean and stain free). If one wasn't in the mood to bind the apron pattern you made, they could always just line it in a contrasting fabric, leaving one are open for turning, and have a reversible apron!
8/5/10 7:51 PM
Jennifer shaw said...
It looks great! I had the exact same issues with this pattern.
8/5/10 9:22 PM
Yakityak said...
Cute apron! I have the other DoS apron pattern - Val's Kitchen. I think that pattern is better drafted for smaller figures. And the lie of the neckband is *definitely* better in the Val's Kitchen apron. But I really do love yours - such adorable fabric!
8/6/10 4:07 AM
Linda E. said...
very cute apron..
8/6/10 7:13 AM
 
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