Making Aprons From Recycled Dresses

Recycle old dresses by making aprons from the skirt fabric.
By Patti Williams
October/November 2013
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Don’t donate that old dress yet! Transform it into a child-sized apron.
Photo By Patti Williams


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I have recycled my granddaughters’ favorite dresses into unique child-sized aprons. They love still being able to “wear” their favorite dresses. I even used old jeans to make an apron for my grandson.

Patti Williams
Pekin, Illinois








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zaraparker
7/2/2014 3:40:12 AM
I really love the concept of Making Aprons from dresses. From past few days I was thinking what do to with my old http://www.showpo.com/dresses-party-dress.html? Now I got a plan to make an Aprons for my daughter. Thanks for sharing.








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