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Wednesday I told you about Tie One On Day?. Today I’;m going to share some of my favorite aprons from around the web.?If you’;ve been reading WeAllSew and/or Through the Needle?magazine?for a while, you won’;t be surprised to see that most of my selections are easy to sew (i.e. quick to make). They make thoughtful gifts, especially when paired with homemade baked goods (as for Tie One On Day?) or cooking supplies. But don’;t relegate them to the kitchen; they’;re also super for crafting, gardening, and?other endeavors.

For maximum speedpersonalized gifts for mom,?start with pre-made linens.?This chef’;s apron from Skip to My Lou is made from a kitchen towel, some ribbon, and a bit of coordinating fabric. Leave off the ruffle and it’;ll work for the guys as well as the gals. Mary Ray’;s chic apron for Craft Stylish is made from two dinner napkins and a bit of ribbon. Big pockets are a bonus.

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It takes less than a yard of fabric to make this cute Apron in an Hour from Jona Giammalva of?Stop Staring and Start Sewing. A fat quarter of your theme fabric plus a half yard of a coordinating fabric for the trim and ties. Don’;t have an hour to spare? Betz White?has a 10-Minute Pillowcase Apron. That’;s right?–? it takes just ten minutes, a vintage pillowcase, and a few yards of ribbon to make this sweet apron. (And it has pockets!)

If you’;d prefer something frilly and ultra-feminine, check out this sheer “;Let’;s Do Brunch”; style from Sew4Home’;s Hostess Apron Comeback Series. It may not be especially practical, but it’;s sooo lovely. Also from Sew4Home is this charming Country Fresh Double Flounce Apron from their Happy Holidays with Freespirit and Rowan series. I can almost smell freshly baked gingerbread and pumpkin pie…;

Do you have some too-out-of-style-to-ever-wear-again blue jeans hiding in the back of your closet? Suzanne from Crazy about Collars turns the legs of one pair of “;mommy”; jeans into two rugged?bib aprons with the addition of wide double-fold bias binding. Susan at Sugar Beans adds?self-fabric ruffle and shirt-cuff pocket for a new take on the usual apron-from-a-man’;s shirt style. Art Threads’; Deborah Schlegel designed this pinafore apron?– including the front pocket?– for just one yard of fabric by placing the center front fold on the bias. Clever, right?

The beautifully stitched details on this Pin-tucked Mother’;s Day Apron from Delia Creates aren’;t just pretty; they also give this garment its trim fit.?The Crafty Cousins’; Ruffle Apron?features tiers of gathered ruffles stitched quickly and efficiently with an overlocker/serger; a rolled-hem provides a clean edge finish, and the serger’;s differential feed is adjusted to gather the top edge. Don’;t worry if you don’;t have a serger; you can use a regular sewing machine for this project, too.

Amy Anderson at Crafts Re-Designed has made dozens of aprons. My favorite is this full-front ruffled apron with big pockets; I especially like the Christmas red, white, and green variation. Look closely and you’;ll see that the edges of all the ruffles?– along with the outer edges of the flowers?– are finished with an overlocker/serger, too.

BONUS: I just?couldn’;t resist adding these last two patterns. They’;re so adorable!?These Super-Easy Aprons for Kids from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom are a great?gift for?your favorite chef-in-training. My last selection is also the smallest. I’;m not sure if The Bapron is a bib that looks like an apron, or an apron shrunk down to baby size. Either way, it’;s a super idea?from Jess at Craftiness is Not Optional.

For even more apron ideas, be sure to check out Erika’;s Log Cabin Patchwork Café Apron, posted yesterday, as well as our previous Tie One On Day posts from 2012 and 2011.

Home Decorating Ideas

This week we're going to bring you interior design ideas in plenty of time to prepare and adjust your home ready for the festive season. In today's post we're going to focus on living rooms as this will be the main room for relaxing and socialising, especially if your Christmas tree is in your living room.

Short of redecorating once a fortnight, the most visually impacting and cost effective way of creating adaptable space in your home is strategic use of lighting. What was once a mere afterthought, given consideration only out of necessity, lighting is now rightly recognized as a key feature to rank alongside the brand new settee or the fitted kitchen. Proper use of lighting can add drama and life, it can soothe or invigorate, in other words it is powerful enough to determine our moods. Lighting floods every inch of a room in whatever you want- a summer day, an gentle glow, a starry night, a spotlight to aim at anything you please. Can your settee do all of this?

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