Holiday Apron!
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Holiday Apron!

Spend your Saturday afternoon making this delightful, retro style apron for your holiday entertaining! Each apron has tie closures, and four large pockets (big enough for a wine bottle. . . or four!), and will be made from 100% cotton fabric that washes those big dinner splatters right out! You have the choice of making either the Skirted version, or the Bibbed version, which is available in Small, Medium, and Large sizes.

Bring your own fabric! Please, check out the Requirements section for details on fabric to purchase for this class.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: Participants should know the basics of sewing, including how to thread and use their sewing machine, how to adjust stitch length and tension, and how to sew to varying seam allowances. Students should also be able to use a rotary cutter and quilting rulers to create not just right angles and squares, but triangles as well. Comfort with pressing and ironing is also a must!
Materials Included: Pattern Included
Requirements: Participants Need to Bring the Following: Fabric Needed: Backing Fabric: 24.5" x 16.5"; (1) Bib Back (1/2 yard, sizes S-L) Waistband: (2) 4" x WOF; (4) 2" x WOF (1/2 yard) Apron skirt and Bib Front (4) 6.5" x 16.5"; (1) Bib Front (3/8 yard, sizes S-L) Pockets: (2) 15" x 15" squares for pocket folds (1/2 yard; may also use Fat Quarters) (2) 17" x 17" squares for pocket backs (1/2 yard; may also use Fat Quarters) (4) Buttons (optional) Sewing Machine, with power cord and foot pedal Universal Presser or Walking Foot Needles, coordinating thread, scissors/snips Straight edge rulers Rotary cutter "Santa Baby" Apron Pattern (included)
Instructor: Rachel Burke
Instructor Bio: Rachel has been sewing since the age of seven. She began by stitching skirts and Halloween costumes with her mother, and quickly branched out into fiber arts of all kinds: cross stitching, weaving, beadwork, and bag construction. It wasn't until the Pandemic that Rachel discovered quilting, and quickly fell in love with the medium! She has now designed over 100 quilts, and has gained some national recognition after she won second place at the National Quilt Museum's New Quilts from an Old Favorite contest in 2022. Her style is modern and geometric, and shows off a true love of color!
Price includes pattern

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.