Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Apron How To

Today I want to share with you an Apron How To video from Better Homes and Garden. I absolutely love the magazine online. I know I make aprons and sell aprons, but the rewarding part is in sharing.  I hope you will find the video helpful and fun!

Better Homes and Gardens has a good library of videos for Food & Recipes, Design Ideas, Craft Projects, Scrapbooks, Quits, Holiday, Kitchen, Bath.  Today's posting features qquilting editors Jennifer Keltner and Jill Mead showing how to make a skirt apron from start to finish.  The instructions are easy to follow. The good part is you get to choose your own fabric and add your own personal touches.




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8 comments:

  1. Cute apron tutorial! I'm your newest follower from Welcome Wednesday - come follow me too! :)
    Sara
    http://curliegirlie03.blogspot.com

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  2. Stopping by to follow you from the Welcome Wednesday blog hop. I’ve really gotten into hops recently and am excited to check out some of your older posts. I’m now following you, I hope you’ll follow me back at http://norwegianphoenix.blogspot.com/

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  3. Following your cute blog now. I would love to have you follow me back.

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  4. your blog is so pretty!! i'm your newest follower from welcome wednesday!!

    http://inthehammockvintage.blogspot.com

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  5. Thanks for sharing the link, saves having to look for a tutorial! I have made aprons out of womens' skirts and girls' dresses, it's fun to be creative!

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  6. I just found your blog and am following you. It brings back memories of my grandmother's lovely hostess aprons! :) Thanks for the info!
    Lara Elise
    http://neighborhoodverbivore.blogspot.com
    My project: http://365dayslt.blogspot.com

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    Thank you, Amee

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  8. Hi im following, just stopping by to say hi. Shah from wordsinsync.blogspot.com XX

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