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Pattern Reviews> Self Drafted Pattern> 176224-1000 (TNT Apron)

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Reviewed by:Kayseri
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Posted on:7/9/09 6:14 PM
Last Updated:4/1/10 0:23 AM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized 

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Gold said...
Those aprons are so cute!! Love the fabric print you used.
7/9/09 7:40 PM
JenSews2 said...
Simple, yet cute! Nice job.
7/9/09 11:40 PM
JDpenelope said...
The contrast fabrics look great to me. I like an apron with more coverage and yours looks great. Have you tried a burn test on your fabric? A/c to Sandra Betzina in More Fabric Savy, linen and cotton have the same burn characteristics. But ac/ to Claire Schaeffer in Sew Any Fabric, linen burns slower than cotton and smells like rope (not paper) and the "ash maintains shape of swatch" for linen, while cotton's residue is described as follows: "brown-tinged end; light colored, feathery ash." You can probably google for more info about burn tests.
7/10/09 7:42 AM
becca a said...
What a nice simple pattern; thanks for sharing. Your aprons are very cute and look dramatic in the picture.
7/10/09 8:49 AM
Mary Stiefer said...
What a great contrast - love it. This is a great apron.
7/10/09 10:03 AM
Heatherrique said...
You created such eyecatchingly chic aprons!
7/14/09 9:01 PM
margk said...
The apron has already been put to good use. Thanks Kayseri!
4/1/10 2:55 AM
Schnauzer said...
Very pretty aprons!
4/2/10 0:11 AM
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