It’s day 6 of our National Sewing Month blog series. I hope you’ve been enjoying our special daily posts. I know you’re going to love today’s tutorial for a 4 step apron. We’re all busy and anything that can actually be completed in one sitting is fine with me! Remember, we’re not just sharing fun tutorials during our National Sewing Month series. We’re giving away a mystery grand prize as well. All you have to do is leave a comment at the bottom of any our posts (any with “National Sewing Month 2012” in the title) and you’re automatically entered to win! Now on with today’s fun post.
Today’s post is written by Robie Kaye Dodson from the blog So Sew Something. To learn more about Robie and to find all of her projects on AllFreeSewing, visit her designer profile.
Hi AllFreeSewing readers! I cannot begin to describe how much I love and have learned from AllFreeSewing.com. I check this website just about every week; whenever I’m in the mood for something new to make, and the projects never disappoint. So, I am ridiculously honored to be a guest blogger today in honor of National Sewing Month!
For today, I’ve created a very special tutorial for those of you who like sewing EASY and CHEAP projects (like me). Head on over to my blog to learn how to make a 4 Step Apron using nothing but scraps and bias tape. The entire project will cost you no more than $3 … and take probably about 15 minutes. Seriously. I wouldn’t lie to you!
Have you ever sewn an apron before? What kinds of quick sewing projects do you like to make?
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