Monday, August 6, 2012

Pinterest Challenge - Reversible Apron Dress


Well, selling our house has been slow going so far so I need to keep myself busy so I don't stress out about it.  Last night I started thinking about painting the kitchen backsplash to give it a faux finish stone know...trying to feel in control of getting the house to sell quickly (not desperate it's only been 2.5 weeks, but who wants it to drag on right?)  Anyways, to keep myself from a possible disaster I decided to take the Pinterest Challenge today instead and make the Reversible Apron Dress I pinned from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom.  I bought the fabric a while ago and have been meaning to do today was the day!  Once my little guy went down for his afternoon nap, I went to work on it, it came together rather easily and my piece of junk sewing machine actually didn't give me much to complain about.  My daughter had fun cutting fabric scraps and pretending she was making the same top for her doll.  Here is the final result (I would have taken pictures outside for better lighting but it's 100 out there and J had no interest .)  Anyways, I love how it turned out, as this is only my 3rd attempt at sewing clothing for children (2 Rapunzel for J and one for my niece) and they were not perfect....this Apron Top was so easy, nothing went wrong and I am sooo happy about that (especially because did I mention I have the most annoying sewing machine ever???)

Anyways...Here it is

Wanna Try it?  

Check out the PIN HERE!

Here are a couple pics outside with better light with the green side.

Yes it's been so hot and dry for so long...everything is dying even though we water it.


Unknown said...

that sweet little dress is gorgeous! Thanks for linking up to tip toe thru tuesday! I love it!

Shiloh said...

So cute! I love reversible things.:)

Erin @ Chronic Christian Crafter said...


This is adorable!I received an award, Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award, and I've nominated you as a recipient. Here is the link to the blogpost that posted on the blog today: Feel free to write a post or not...just wanted to let you know that I truly enjoy your blog and that it is a blessing to me. Hope you have a wonderful day!!


Carolyn said...

Just to let you know, I featured your wonderful project today. If you have a moment, stop by and grab a featured button. Thank you so much for sharing your project on homework.

Brandi said...

Your daughter is adorable. The dresses you made are so cute.

ARK said...

oh my heavens that is adorable - if ONLY I had a little girl!!

Sarah Leonard said...

These look really cute. Plus nice and cool and simple to make.