Sewing Room Apron

When I’m sewing I tend to end up covered in loose threads, so when my Embroiderers Guild ran a workshop to make a traditional crafters apron it seemed too good an opportunity to miss.

The workshop was run by Charlotte from The Stitch Society, she makes beautiful heavy duty aprons from fabrics such as moleskin or denim. I chose a pretty furnishing weight fabric.

The Stitch Society Apron

The Stitch Society Apron

The Stitch SocietyIsn’t it gorgeous! I bought it in Leeds Market from Fletchers, it was £10 a metre, which was a bit pricey for an apron, but it was love at first sight…

It’s a traditional design apron with a cross-over back, so it’s really comfortable to wear. It was really quick to make too, all done in 2 1/2 hours! I’ve just got to remember to wear it…

The Stitch Society Apron

There’s more photos and information on my blog at The Crafty Creek, please follow the link to have a look.

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