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Blogueur d’invité, Jill Flory from Sew a Fine Seam!

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  1. Catherine says:

    LUV that crisp white apron with black binding! I think I’ll be making that!
    I’ve actually been playing around with some apron designs of my own–but I’m re-purposing old shirts!
    Catherine

  2. I agree Jill is amazing, she does all that while homeschooling three girls! Love the cute apron, Jill! The fabric reminds me of a tablecloth I have that belonged to my grandma. 🙂

  3. These would be the most wonderful gifts, and what a fun way to use some vintage fabric as an accent! So happy to see Jill featured here!

  4. deborah says:

    Beautiful aprons! Love the print….and I love seeing my talented sister guest posting here! Excited for you both!

  5. I couldn’t agree more, Jill is FANTASTIC. She is just as kind and encouraging as she is creative and talented. This apron is just par for the course for Jill. What beautiful fabric, perfectly executed. Absolutely beautiful.

  6. Jill Flory says:

    Karen, thanks so much for having me over here – and for all the praise you gave me, I’m very honored! It was really fun doing this tutorial for you!

  7. Liz says:

    Bravo! And that vintage tablecloth sure makes a cute apron. You are so amazing. I wish I could reach my sewing machine right now. But maybe it’s good that I can’t or my vintage Florida tablecloth might be in jeaopardy!
    Liz

  8. hey! using the vintage table cloth for this is SUCH a good idea! i think that might give me an excuse to buy some of the beautiful cloths i see with the little stains on them. . . you know how much i want things to be BOTH beautiful and FUNCTIONAL – everyone needs a good apron!
    Thanks JIll!!
    And thanks for hiosting, Redoux!

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