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Thread: Shirt front apron Christmas gifts

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    Shirt front apron Christmas gifts

    Making these for gifts. They look really cute on my DGDs.
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    So cute and looks easy

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    That's really cute.
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    Cute and clever! I love it
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    What a terrific project idea!

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    They are really cute.

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    what a neat idea

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    Neat idea. I've got to remember this one!
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    Such a cool idea! Is there a pattern we can follow??

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    I love it. I just finished up an apron made from the back of Bib Overalls. I need to finish up the one that comes from the front and then I will post some picks. Love what a person can make out of items from the closet
    Julie

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    They are cute-would make a good dignity bib too I think

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    what a cute idea. i see that as a grilling apron for my dsil.

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    That's a great idea!
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    So creative. Makes a great gift for that special man.

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    Polly, that is so cute. Did you have a pattern for that? Would you be willing to share with me how to do that? I have four granddaughters and one grandson and I think that would be adorable for them. Thank you, Sandyb

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    Ok, this is just too darned cute!
    Grandma of 5 beautiful grand kids, 4 crazy cats & 1 dog!

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    like the idea,

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    Neat idea! Will have to give this a try. Do you have any tips?
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    cute idea to recycle old shirts.

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    thank you. that is a cute idea

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    Great idea .... can't wait to try it. Thanks!

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    Now that is a good idea. I love it.
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    What a great idea, I have two shirts here I bought for DS's and neither wanted to wear, mind you they were from Value Village, so this is a perfect idea. Thanks for sharing. I was out roaming the thrift shops last week, had I known about this then, I would have bought a tuxedo style shirt. Oh well, now I have a reason to go back.

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    brilliant! I really need to make one for myself! I always end up so wet after doing dishes, worse than the kids. lol
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    How creative!!!

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