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February 26, 2010

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Jenny

Thank you for the pattern!!

Colleen Babcock

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Nancy McSpadden

I could not open the link to the pattern either. :(

Pat Toler

Thanks so much for sharing your pattern! Appreciate your creativity! Pat

Joni

What kind of fabric did you use as the main fabric on the apron? Where can I find it or something similar? It's gorgeous!

kylie

Hi, im not sure what im doing wrong :( your apron looks absolutly gorgeous and just what i need but i cannot seem to open the link? please help. i have pdf & adobe reader on my computer but the link shows up blank?

annie@ girls jewellery

Wow, that's pretty awesome apron, I love the colors, not only looks beautiful but useful as well.

mrs

Thank you so much for the wonderful pattern!

Beth

Thank-you for sharing this great pattern.

Beth

Lorraine Adair

Thank you so much for the apron pattern. I am thinking ahead to Christmas. The crafty people on my list will love it! Thanks for sharing.]

Carolyn's Designs & Herbal Products

I LOVE THAT APRON !! It isn't only useful it is very pretty plus designed great!Thank you for sharing this.

Grazia

Hi Colleen,
I accepted your invite to post my version in Flickr...thanks for sharing this pattern!
Grazia

Cindi

Love the crafter's apron! I've been looking for something just like this to use when longarm quilting. Thanks so much for sharing!!

Kathryn

Thanks for sharing these directions. I've been meaning to make one of these for a while and now I don't have to make my own pattern! In fact, I know I have the supplies (but alas, not any of that luscious rainbow sherbet fabric) so I no longer have an excuse. I also love that it rolls up for travel.

Sue McFadden

Very cool apron Colleen! I love the rainbow fabric. I can see wearing this can double for a little aerobic and weight lifting exercise! A dollmaker can never, never have too much 'stuff'! Cheers, Sue

Skebba

Supercool. This will be great for keeping all my stuff close at hand. I am really sick of losing my tiny scissors!

Deborah

Just what I have been looking for, thank you so very much. I think I will make several so my mosaic & fused glass students can use them in the studio.

beadinggem

This is an awesome tutorial. It will be a boon to jewelry makers too. I linked in my blog post - http://www.beadinggem.com/2010/02/jewelry-tool-organisation-ideas-and.html

Stephanie

Very nice! Thanks for generously sharing! Stephanie

Krissy & B.Inspired Vintage

That's totally awesome! I think I'm going to try to transform a vintage apron with lots of pockets like this... hmmm... Thanks for the great idea!!!

Rachel

Wow, this is fabulous! I just clicked over from Craft Gossip and I'm so glad I did. I would love to link to this if you didn't mind.

Lynda

Thank you so much for this tutorial.
Although my sewing skills aren't that good, I will be trying to make myself one of these as it will be so useful.
I've liked your post to my blog here:
http://holisticknitter.blogspot.com/2010/02/saturday-knitting-and-craft-finds_27.html
many thanks ;0)

Mommyof2girlz

Love this! Thank you, I have been looking for a awesome apron tut to make for my daughters teachers..this is perfect! Found you through Craft Gossip :)

Angie Neil

Love it! Come link your cute tute at my party: Thursday's Treasures!!
http://treasuresfortots.blogspot.com/2010/02/thursdays-treasures-week-11.html

Mary Wilkes

I love the apron, what a great idea everything you need is right at hand. I love the fabrics that you used also, bright and cheery!
Mary

Anne

This is fabulous!! When I sew, I spend about half of my time hunting for my seam ripper or my scissors or whatever tool I have misplaced at the moment. One of these aprons would be so handy!!

I linked to your tutorial at Craft Gossip Sewing:
http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-tool-apron-for-sewists-and-crafters/2010/02/27/

--Anne

Whoshue.blogspot.com

All I can say is 'Love It!!'

And beautifully modelled by the way. I need one of these on all the time to hold chocolate, the remote control, pack of tissues, mobile, pencil & sketch pad, current book, my keys and a nail file!

R x

Tammy

I love how you made something utilitarian look so nice!

Helen

Great apron design!

I used to make and sell aprons with crayon pockets for kids years ago. It never dawned on me to make one for myself. Love the colors/fabric in your apron. VERY creative and functional at the same time!

Thanks so much for the pattern. This is a must do! Would be a great item to make as a gift for a fellow doll maker or artist, too.

Kay Susan

Thank you for this Coleen. I've been thinking I should make myself something similar for craft fairs - I'll give this one a go!

I especially like the fabrics you used - gives it a super hand-crafted look.

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