Sewing Saturday: Farmhouse Apron

It’s no secret that I love anything that has a farmhouse style to it. I’m a little (ok, a lot) obsessed with chicken wire, baskets, galvanized decor, farm animals – cows, chickens, pigs, and anything in the barn red, mason jar blue and antique white color families. I love to decorate my house in something that brings back memories from my childhood. My grandfather raised cows, and last year, we built a house next to my family’s land. Now, we have two cows in his same pasture! We have 3 animals right now (2 cows and a dog), but eventually we will get more!

Now on to the apron…

When Birch Fabrics released the Homestead collection a few months ago, I knew I had to get it! I made this apron a couple nights ago. It was so easy, and I made it in one night. All the prints can be purchased in my store here.

You will need 1/2 yard of each print – I used Homestead Main as the front skirt piece, Roost as the back piece, and Harvest for the pocket and sash. It’s even reversible!

I used this tutorial to make it, so follow the link to make your own! Enjoy!


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