"The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul. No matter our talents, education, backgrounds, or abilities, we each have an inherent wish to create something that did not exist before." President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Vintage Towel Apron for MOM

 I took this vintage towel that used to belong to my Grandmother, and turned it into a fun apron for a Mother's Day gift.  It was simple and fun.  All you do it trim off the fringe, sew wide bias tape to the sides and bottom of the towel.  I then made the ties with a long strip of fabric and sewed that to the top of the towel.  So fun and a great homemade gift perfect for any sister, mom or grandma for Mother's Day.


Karen said...

so cute! I love the vintage look and I am sure anyone would appreciate that:) Great job!!

AmyD said...

Love this --- I don't have vintage towels, but I have a vintage piece of fabric that my Grandma had in her sewing room. I was going to make my daughter a pillowcase dress, but she doesn't really like the style of them. So, I have been looking for something else to do with the fabric. It just a cotton fabric, but perhaps I could find some type of backing to make it more absorbent for apron use…. hmmmm… now I have some thinking to do. Thanks for the inspiration. I will post when I finish it.

Food-Fun-Creativeness and Gardening said...

how simple and cute, plus its a meaningful gift! :)

Trisha @ The Sweet Survival said...

Wow this is an amazing apron. I love that it will have sentimental value to your mom.

Rachel said...

That is adorable! I had a similar idea for mother's day but couldn't find any vintage aprons I liked. I love the one you used--it looks so cheerful and fun!

Rachel @ Maybe Matilda

Jami said...

What a cute idea!!! How sweet that you used something that belonged to your grandmother!


Hollie - TheSevenYearCottage said...

I love this!