Reversible Apron? Don’t mind if I do!
On the day that you closed the refrigerator door a tad too hard setting off an unfortunate chain reaction which sent an entire jar of molasses toppling toward your tile thus shattering everywhere: you really need a win.
Today was just that day. Not only did that sucker break into a thousand and seven pieces over two rooms, but it did absolutely nothing for our ant problem, if you know what I mean. So, after cleaning up that horrific mess, I feel like I really earned some one-on-one time with my sewing machine.
So, in the wake of what I’m calling the “Molasses Incident” (I’m pretty sure a chilling made-for-TV movie is sure to follow), I decided to actually do something with this awesome fabric bought a while ago, but have yet to Fiskar:
Super fun, right? But, what to do, what to do… Just kidding. The choice is so obvious! Like the answer is staring me right in my molasses splattered face…
And, honestly, what other choice does one have with fabric patterned with teapots than to make a super sweet reversible apron like this: (I feel like that last sentence was a little frightening toward the middle, but really pulled through in the end. I’m gonna leave it.)
So, a very special shout out to Elle’s afternoon nap for this total day-redemption via reversible apron! Jealous? Well don’t be! Let me show you how to make your own! It’s easy!
My wife is amazing!