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This is project #2 for the Apron Challenge, made from the few scraps of Aqua stripe cotton left from the bodice of my 'Refashioned Vintage Apron'. I used Simplicity1957, and this pattern was very easy, made in a 2 1/2 hour stretch. Read more here

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Comment by Michelle L on November 20, 2012 at 1:56am
Kelly,I could not believe the scale of this tiny,tiny apron it's exquisite ! Of course I had to have google gander at mini aprons, it's a whole new world out there.what are you going to do with it,is it intended for a doll?
Comment by Kelly B. on November 20, 2012 at 9:26pm

Hi Michelle, YES, mini aprons are a whole new world and are really not just for dolls.  My husband plans on hanging them from our Christmas tree, then, after they come down, I will decorate our kitchen with them together with my vintage hankies.  I have even had my water bottles wear them on the go in (mini) personalized style.  Making mini aprons is  my new favorite way to use up scraps.  I should take pics of me in the clothes that match the mini aprons.  I've made four so far and want to make a few more.  See my "Three for the Price of One" for a pic a my first mini apron.


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