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Posted on:12/3/06 10:39 PM
Last Updated:12/3/06 10:41 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized 

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BeckyC said...
Your apron and choice of fabric is great! Thanks for the info on how you designed the apron. The more I see created by Wild Ginger, the more I need to consider buying it.
12/3/06 10:50 PM
PattyU said...
Very nice
12/4/06 11:25 AM
ACB said...
Great looking apron.
12/4/06 1:12 PM
TalyQ said...
I am very interested in seeing the pattern for this, but link to the picture of your pattern doesn't work. I have contemplated altering a princess dress pattern for this same purpose.
2/9/12 4:13 PM
mastdenman said...
I used Wild Ginger's PMB to create the apron. I used a princess seamed sheath dress with an a line skirt. The bodice is trimmed away from above the bust in the center and around the bust down to the waistline on the sides and around to the back. The edges are finished with bias seam binding, which is also used for the ties in back.
2/10/12 9:46 AM
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