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Thread: Four Corner Aprons

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    Super Member Snorky Lvs2Quilt's Avatar
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    Here are a couple of aprons I made for DIL and her mom and I gave them to them on Thanksgiving as a thank you for hosting our family's Thanksgiving. They both loved them.

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    those are just too cute!! I can't sew anything but quilts, but these look easy to do.. right? any hints on how large to cut that main body piece, ect? I want to try to make one, and see if it looks as good as yours does..

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    Those are so darn cute, Is there a commercial pattern available?

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    so cute!! what size is the square??

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    Quote Originally Posted by aneternalpoet
    those are just too cute!! I can't sew anything but quilts, but these look easy to do.. right? any hints on how large to cut that main body piece, ect? I want to try to make one, and see if it looks as good as yours does..
    The front square is 23", the backing is 25-1/4". The bottom trim, which is the same color as the backing is (2) @2-1/2" X 26". The waist ties are (2) @ 3" x WOF. They really were very easy to make. The pattern is called "Four Corners Apron" by Vanilla House Designs. Let me know if you have any more questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilrain
    Those are so darn cute, Is there a commercial pattern available?
    The pattern is called "Four Corners Apron" by Vanilla House Designs. They do have a web site if you can't find it in your LQS.

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    Both beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    thank you

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    Made some and they are very easy and look so good. Great thank you gifts to your family.

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    Very cute and I'm sure much appreciated!!

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