Not the most scintillating post name, I know, but you get what it says on the tin.
I finally got over my mental blocks and started cutting out all of the fabric I bought for toddler aprons. It’s really too much and I’m going to have too many aprons at the end. I figure I’ll send some to the kids’ old school and maybe keep a couple for the house, though I might need to modify one for my almost-four-year-old. They’ll go over his head, but they won’t protect his trousers well.
Yes, I’m using cans of beans as pattern weights. What of it?
I love all of these fabrics, except the one with the circles, but even it’s growing on me. And I’ll have scraps of them all! I probably shouldn’t get so excited about scraps, but it’s nice to come by some scraps in the usual way– that is, work on a project and have some fabric left over. Revolutionary.
The crayon fabric is especially for my toddler who LOVES a shirt he has of a different crayon fabric, which I don’t think they make anymore. One of those aprons is definitely going to his classroom.
And a blurry picture of the stack of cut and paired pieces. Now I need to motivate myself to iron the interfacing on. That’s going to be at least an hour of wet, hot work. The sewing should be quick after that. (Famous last words.)