Spoonflower Aprons

Friday, February 26, 2016

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These aren't very exciting but I had to show off this cute fabric I found on Spoonflower

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 I made like 15 of them in different fabrics (also used this one, this one, and this one) but the pineapple one's my favorite. 

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The milk one's a close second though, I would link to it but sadly it looks like the shop's gone offline so it isn't letting me.
Seriously that website is going to be the death of me. I can spend soo much time and money there.
(No this isn't a sponsored post, but Spoonflower hit a sister up! ;)

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For the pattern, I just took an existing apron and traced a pattern from it. I lined all of them which took forever and a day, but it makes them look so much nicer so it's worth it. The seam's are finished with bias tape.

I have one issue with this site. I hate that it's so so incredibly expensive. I want to try their silks and knits but $26-40 a yard just doesn't seem worth it in my opinion. I also wish they printed both sides of the fabric.  Ok that was two issues I have, so this was your unsolicited rant from me for the day. haha I'm sure it won't stop me from continuing to spend too much time and money there though. Because let's be honest.. haha    


Pineapple Fabric: Bella_modiste
Milk Fabric: Shop's offline unfortunately
(..it's called "milk_MILK_milk" if you want to search for it later)

11 comments:

  1. Very nice, Haylee! I always enjoy the pictures of your creations, and it always reminds me of some of the overnight sewing sessions some of us girl would have in college, in Laie, including your mom and Aunt Linda! I love the pineapple fabric, and the milk one, too. Either of those would work for a male or female chef!

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  2. Now I feel silly… why haven’t I ever thought to just trace an apron?! I like both of these fabrics. I think I might make some cute little versions for my munchkins since I have a ton of fun food-print fabrics right now!

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    1. Why can I not for the life of me figure out how to comment on your new blog? Hopefully you're just not taking comments from people because I never thought of myself as that computer illiterate. ha but I just wanted to tell you how fantastic of an idea I thought it was. Kids would love that, to be able to read a book about someone with the same name! That's such a fun idea, I'm going to bookmark it as a resource.

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  3. These are really cute, Haylee. The pineapple one is my favorite too.

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  4. Did you just get the basic cotton for the pineapple? I've been looking for a pineapple fabric.

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  5. Haylee, thank you so much for sharing the picture of your project! May I steal your picture for my social media sites? With due credit of course! ^_^

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    1. Of course! I'm so flattered you'd want to, thank you :)

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  7. Wow very nice collection of spoonflower Approns. I am very happy after seeing such type of unique thing as I am a lover of innovative things.Recently I bought a African lace wrapper and blouse set with unique embroideries and classy stones from Drem Fabrics, which provides the finest and latest collection of AFRICAN PRINTS also known as ANKARA at a great price. Thanks a lot!!!

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