Happy Monday! How was your weekend? Ours was busy but I managed to sneak in a few little projects. Last Wednesday, I received an order that I placed with Online Fabric Store for two burlap French Grain Sack Reproduction bags. I paid $9.80 a piece which I didn’t think was bad at all. And guess what the best part was…. they had no smell!
I made a baker’s apron with one of the French Grain burlap bags over the weekend.
This was soooo easy to make! I cut the French Grain burlap bag at the seams and I drew the armhole cuts, freehand by pencil, on the front side the burlap. I then cut my apron form and used fabric glue to attach a wide black bias tape around it. I used my sewing machine to attach the neck and waist strap to the apron. If you’re looking to make a “no sew apron” you could use fabric glue to attach them.
For now, I have it on the frig.
But I’ll move it over here once I re-do this area of my kitchen.
I have another burlap bag and I just might have to make an apron for my daughter-in-law to hang in her kitchen.
I think one would look nice in there….don’t you?
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