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    Default Aprons made from Jennys tea towel apron tutorial

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    I made both of these aprons in one afternoon, using Jenny's tutorial on making an apron out of a half a yard of fabric and a tea towel. These are so simple and fun to make. If you haven't seen the tutorial, check it out under project tutorial after clicking the tutorial tab on this web site. If you make some aprons, don't forget to post pics. I can't wait to see what you do.

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    Default Re: Aprons made from Jennys tea towel apron tutorial

    They came out looking just fantastic! *Memo to self: check that tut out*

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    Default Re: Aprons made from Jennys tea towel apron tutorial

    those are fantastic. love the rooster fabric!

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    Default Re: Aprons made from Jennys tea towel apron tutorial

    Those are adorable - I love the rooster fabric, it's my favorite. Might need to make some of those after I get the rest of my to do list done!

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    Default Re: Aprons made from Jennys tea towel apron tutorial

    here is one I made but made the mistake of not washing the towels first. They shrink A LOT. I should have known better. So this one will have to be mine
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    Default Re: Aprons made from Jennys tea towel apron tutorial

    here is one i made for DIL and GD for christmas. Those I washed firstClick image for larger version. 

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    Default Re: Aprons made from Jennys tea towel apron tutorial

    Cute, everyone, very cute!
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    Default Re: Aprons made from Jennys tea towel apron tutorial

    So cute Patrice!

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    Default Re: Aprons made from Jennys tea towel apron tutorial

    So nice.. I really need to make me one.

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    Default Re: Aprons made from Jennys tea towel apron tutorial

    These are great. Gotta make one for myself. Thanks for the pre-wash tip.
    Nancy

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