I recently had a friend open a restaurant. He knew I liked to sew and that I have made several aprons which I sell on Etsy. He asked if I wouldn’t mind making him an apron.
He wanted something that would hold up and not look “cheap”.
How could I say No?
This is what I came up with.
It is made as a “one size fits all”. I fully lined it, including the front pocket, just because I believe things look better, hang more smoothly and hold up longer when they are fully lined. A side benefit; I can complete the apron without all of those ugly seams that always seem to unravel over time.
The apron is secured with a tie that can be wrapped around the front, secured in the back, tied with a knot, or finished with a bow.
My friend wanted to tie his in the front.
But he tied it high enough that you can’t see the knot (there is a small flap around the top to make this apron look even more professional).
The apron even looks great on women.
It’s just a shame that my camera kept fogging up in this unbelievable humidity!
Oh well, next week the sun should return.
Have a great weekend and stay dry!