A mini version of the No7:1 adjustable apron for creative kids age 3-6. It’s made with ochre denim pieces left over from making No4:3 & No7:1 aprons, it’s very satifying putting oddments of fabric to good use. Now available in my Folksy & Etsy shops.
Very pleased to discover Folksy added No12 blue denim Makers Market Apron to ‘Folksy Favourites’ this week (appears on rotation on the Folksy homepage) and last night No12 ochre denim Makers Market Apron appeared on their ‘Gifts for Makers’ gift ideas selection, alongside my No 4:3 and No7 crossback aprons already there! The ‘No12 Makers Market Apron’ has taken quite a bit of time to develop, I realise it’s a bit niche, so I’m particularly pleased it’s getting a spotlight.
I’ve been pondering doing a children’s crossback apron for quite a while – a couple of weeks ago a lady contacted me via Etsy to ask for just that! Her husband had bought her one of my No 4:3 aprons, which loves, and she wanted a couple like it for her young son.
I made a version of the adult No 7, so that the apron could be size/age adjustable age 4-7. I used the long side offcuts from cutting denim No 4 & No 7, seaming the aprons down the middle. This will reduce the final price of the apron a bit, when added to the making time which is only 40 minutes less than making than an adult size apron, plus webbing, d-rings and thread.
Here is the first sample….it is rather cute.
An order for four 4:3 aprons in ochre denim, blue denim and one blue denim with red straps (to go with the charcoal denim with red straps they ordered last week). The aprons are for for an art conservators studio in central London.
No 4.3 crossback apron – Charcoal denim with red canvas straps.
The charcoal denim has a nice silvery grey reverse side.
Delighted to have found some more of this tie dye denim to make a few cross back aprons.
I’ve been wearing one like it for a couple of years – I like how splodges of paint etc add to the character!
Find details on Etsy shop Tie dye No 4.1