Adorable Basket Apron from Homestead Life Fabric

I love everything about creating fabric – including seeing what others choose to make with it when it’s out in the world!

Today I wanted to share a peek at the adorable and functional Basket Apron Kreative Kymona created with the wheat patterns.

You can find the step-by-step instructions (with photos – my favorite kind of instructions) on her blog.  I love that this apron not only gathers to create two pockets for eggs, herbs (or maybe Legos??) but you can also use it as a more traditional apron to protect your clothes.

Below is a photo of the finished apron buttoned up to create the pockets to hold your treasures and a photo of the finished apron unbuttoned to act as a more traditional apron to keep your clothes clean. Genius, right?

Ready to make your own?

Click the button below to see Kymona’s blog post with all the directions.  


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🧵 Tara Reed

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Apron Pattern: cute, reversible and from just two yards of fabric

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2 responses to “Adorable Basket Apron from Homestead Life Fabric”

  1. Thank you for sharing Kreative Kymona’s directions! Just made mother and daughter aprons as gifts. With 50 yds of cord, I’m on to more!

    1. You sure can make more with that much cord! Enjoy!

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