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Thread: Free Apron Pattern with Built-in Pot Holders and Secret I-Phone Pocket

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    Don't know if anybody has posted this, but what a cute gift idea!
    http://www.merrimentdesign.com/apron...one-pocket.php

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    That's cute...I think that I might make one for son's fiancee...

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    very clever. Thanks for sharing.

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    What a cute idea. Thank You. A good Christmas gift.

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    Thank you.

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    Very clever

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    Cute idea. I see Christmas presents in the future. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very clever, will have to make

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    I agree ... very clever. When I see something like this I always wonder why I did not think of it. Guess I am not quite so clever. lol This would work for me as I am always wiping my hands on myself when cooking and continually misplacing my potholders. Thanks so much for posting this.

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    Thanks for sharing great idea!!!

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    That is so clever! I've never seen an apron with built in potholders - a brilliant and very practical idea. Thanks for posting!

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    But did anyone read all the errors in the pattern? It is a cute pattern but I would like to see a final edition on it before I try it.

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    Errors?

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    I am putting that on my to make list for Christmas. Cute

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    It did give me an idea to build in a cell phone pocket for all the aprons I make for my friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by np3
    Errors?
    I did not see any errors either. Did I miss them?

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    Read the remarks after the pattern.
    Quote Originally Posted by np3
    Errors?

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    Very cute!

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    that is such a cute idea, some folks are so brainy

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    Quote Originally Posted by noahscats7
    Read the remarks after the pattern.
    Quote Originally Posted by np3
    Errors?
    Thanks for pointing that out. I will have to make note of it before making one.

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    Hate to be a stick in the mud but I don't think I'll make this one.

    I wouldn't recommend making this for anyone who has a gas or propane stove or will use it while cooking at a grill. I'd worry about the flame and the whole darned thing catching fire!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Also, what about draining a big pot of boiling water?

    Looks to me (maybe only me) like an accident waiting to happen.

    Hope I didn't hurt anyone's feelings.

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    I tried, but the link didn't work for me. I was thinking the same thing Karen did.
    Thuan

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    I can hardly wait to make one or more as well as regular pot holders. What fun!

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