Friday, July 23, 2010

patsy ann apron top


Yes. I am still alive. Wow, time has been flying by and I have been so busy. Did May and June even really exist? It all happened so fast. Now, we are at the end of July and I am still extremely busy, but have gotten really sick, so I have been forced to slow down, thus the blog post.

This is one of the patterns I tested back in April. It turned out really cute. The pattern is the Patsy Ann Apron Top by Trish Preston. You can read her blog here. Trish is a really sweet, talented woman who will be debuting her new pattern line in her very own booth at quilt market this fall in Houston! So exciting! I know great things await her!

my thoughts on the pattern:

First off, it's totally adorable! I love how it turned out. And it's practical too! I actually made a mistake on the length of the fabric when I cut it and instead of re-doing it, I just decided to go with the length I had. It should be a few inched longer, but I actually like how it turned out. The straps go over the shoulders and cross in the back and then tie, as you can see in the first picture. This could totally dress up an outfit and give your little diva's jeans and tee a new look. Love it! You can order the pattern here, in Trish's etsy shop.


6 comments:

  1. Thanks so much Lori for testing the pattern for me! You've got the cutest model ever and the pink on her looks perfect!!

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  2. I do love this!!!! so so cute

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  3. I actually prefer it shorter. I think a dress with jeans underneath is so cool. My daughter, who is in the pants-only stage might just do this version. Good choice on the fabrics, too. Carolina

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  4. Cute fabric and cute model - turned out great

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