I have a pet peeve, and I'm about to commit the crime. I have a really hard time when people post a project, whatever it may be, but don't give a good full shot of it. I am all for artsy and creative shots, the more photos the better. But I just need one great full shot so my brain understands. It's like an itch I can't scratch. Well get ready to be scratchy.
When my nieces were here a month ago and we made these darling messenger bags we decided to make a gift for their older sister who was returning to college that same week. Then we came up with, what I think, was a pretty good idea!
Fabric: Metro Market by Ann Kelle for Robert Kaufman
I took an existing apron of mine for the shape and then I added ruffles wherever possible. I love this fabric, I am adding these strawberries to some of my dish towels this week---of course in a ruffle!
This is the best I got, so hard to take pictures of yourself wearing something!! :)
We also included some of the recipes we'd been trying out together. And then gave her the ingredients for one of them. What more could a college sophomore want? When she called to thank me she told me she was just wearing the apron around for fun!! :)
Fabric Tuesday Linky Time!
Do you have a fabric project to share?
First time or can't remember specifics? See here.
Also we want to encourage you to link-up any Halloween projects you're working on that include fabric. Next Monday (on Halloween) we're going to feature some of the projects you've linked! Remember, you can link more than one thing to our party :)
This is my mantel, in all it's fuzzy glory, to give you an idea of what you can link! My wreath is made from Tulle and a fabric banner. Plus I love to tie fabric scraps whenever possible :)