Friday, January 15, 2016

Avant Garde Apron

I love being asked to be on a blog tour, it's such a kind thing for a designer to let you create with their fabrics, so thank you Nina!

I saw such vibrant and pretty prints in the collection, I knew instantly what I wanted to make.

Avant-Garde by Katarina Roccella for Art Gallery Fabrics.

I absolutely love the rainbow skirt print, it is just so vibrant and pretty! 

I had to make my Lucy girl an apron, it's been on my mind forever because she absolutely loves to bake with me.

Can she stay three forever please?! 

She was thrilled to get to do it all by herself, with some help on the eggs.

I kept the apron really simple since the fabrics speak for themselves!

A little taste test of course. She approved. Five times.

I want to squish her!  She was sooo proud and sooo excited to share with everyone in the family.  Sweet girl.

I have to say if you've never worked with Art Gallery Fabrics, you need to. I've used MANY of their collections for a variety of projects (quilts, pillows, aprons, dresses...) and the quality is pretty amazing.  And the fabrics are really soft too, awesome to work with.

Check out Katarina's blog for the complete blog tour schedule.

Katarina also has a giveaway via her blog and Instagram so check that out too!

Thanks for stopping by!!



Michele T said...

Oh my goodness... both Lucy and the apron are sweet. Thanks for sharing, this collection is awesome!!

MalinisQuilts said...

Oh your is so sweet! And the apron is so adorable, totally in love with it๐Ÿ˜

Lisa said...

Lucy is absolutely stunning in her fabulous apron. Too cute

Mara said...

She is very cute, love how you used the fabric!

Carole @ From My Carolina Home said...

What a charmer, and in such a pretty apron!

Carole Shaffer said...

Adorable apron and you are correct the fabrics themselves are such statement pieces that you don't need to do much to make them stand out. You have a little charmer on your hands !!!

Joanne Westfoot said...

So cute and such a cheeky grin! x