Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Reversible Apron: Take One

The little apron dress wasn't going to work for Davis. I found this tutorial and decided to tweak it a little.

I couldn't choose which fabric I liked best, so I decided to make it reversible. I put a little pocket on one side and a crayon pouch on the other side.

Yes, those are our dining room walls sans wallpaper. Yeah!

Apparently I should have consulted my client first. After trying it on, he immediately ran to get his construction hat and all the tools he owns. He said, "I want to be just like the character in Katy No Pocket". OK then.

I guess I'll be sewing another with lots of pockets for him and all his tools!


9 comments:

Living with Lindsay said...

I love the idea of the crayon pouch! Way to go!

Andrea said...

But it was such a great idea and so cute!

Kathleen said...

That looks wonderful! And the icing on the cake is that he loves it. The fabrics you picked are great.

Buzzings of a Queen Bee! said...

That is adorable and such a great use of an apron for a little boy!
Carrie

Geri said...

Great idea!

Scribbit said...

How CUTE! Bob the Builder gone crafty!

Hadley Coble said...

That is very fun!

Allie said...

That crayon pocket is awesome!

Kim @ Forever Wherever said...

He's a cutie and it looks like he likes it!