Thursday, September 1, 2011

:: Tutorial - toddler apron


So I know that there's been many times
where I've said I'd post a tutorial or show you
the finished outcome of something
I'd been working on
. . . and it doesn't get done.

For instance, our kitchen.
Still a few things here and there that
we need to finish before I post the "after".
And I really hope that we can do this soon.
Hmmm. What else.
What about the aprons from Ava's party?
Oh yes. That's another one.
I said I'd post a tutorial "soon" and it never happend.
I feel like that's the story of my life.
So, I apologize.
I need to do better at that.
Recently I've received a few e-mails
regarding the tutorial for the toddler aprons.
And I figured I should do it.
Now.
So, here it is, my blogging friends . . .
the long awaited tutorial for the toddler apron!













If you're crazy like me, you'll make 13 of these.
What was I thinking!
(for the boys, I used white fabric and the aprons were a
little bit wider with no pleats; I made Ava a
full apron - - if you're interested in a tutorial for that
then let me know)

Oh, and I know I'm not the best at giving instructions,
so if you don't understand something, please ask!
I'll be linking to these parties here.


18 comments:

  1. This is definitely an adorable handmade gift.

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  2. I love this apron! So so cute!! Kisses!

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  3. Great tutorial. Thanks for sharing. I pinned it.

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  4. oh my goodness this is so cute! i love it. and the photos are gorgeous!

    i would love for you to come link up this or any other amazing project at my creativity party going on right now!

    letbirdzfly.blogspot.com

    thanks so much for sharing!

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  5. Very cute! Love the fabric too :) I am your newest follower, I love your blog!

    Katelyn

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  6. Hi, I spotted your apron at Some What Simple party…it is absolutely gorgeous! My daughter would love one for her kitchen so I might have to give it a go. Thank you for the tutorial.

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  7. Cute!!! I would love to make this when my daughter gets a little older!

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  8. Beautiful apron and really great photographs in the tutorial. I am sadly lacking in sewing skills, but can't wait to get into it and would definitely try this - such a cute project! Thanks for sharing :-)

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  9. Love the tutorial. I can't wait to try this. I hope I have some fabric on hand. New follower from the Show and Tell Saturday Hop. Hope you stop by for a visit. http://grandmabonniesweeclassroom.blogspot.com/

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  10. Aw! This is so cute! I saw something really similar at a craft fair last week. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Awww how adorable!

    Please feel free to link up your toddler apron to my Make Yourself Monday Blog Hop!

    Jamie
    For Love of Cupcakes

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  12. Ugh, this is so stinkin' cute! Thanks for the tutorial. I can't wait to make one for my little lady!

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  13. Love this idea! I would love for you to share it on my link party this Friday at cookienut.blogspot.com

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  14. I just made 6 of these for my preschool class. The directions were easy to follow and they look great! Thanks!

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  15. We are having a cupcake decorating birthday party for my daughter's 7th birthday. Would the specified fabric amount work for 7 year olds or would we need more? Thanks! These are great!

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  16. Featured your tutorial on my blog post about toddler aprons. In love with this pattern!
    http://www.needlesandbows.com/2013/09/toddler-apron/

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  17. Hi, I´m doing for one of my duaghters a baking birthday party and I wanted to know if I could get the deets for the full apron, so I can make them for each of the guests. Thanks and your party was so cute!!!

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