Anna’s Apron is a unique pattern for an apron in that it incorporates a terry cloth or cotton towel as the base for the apron. When you wear this apron, you will always have a towel within reach. Recently, I edited the pattern to include a trim along the hemline of the apron.
The apron can be made with a cotton towel, as shown in the first photo or a terrycloth towel as shown in the apron with the alphabet fabric.
When I recently taught my last apron class, all of the students chose to make the apron with the hemline trim. They really liked the additional “pop” the trim provides to the overall apron appearance.
Therefore, I have updated the pattern to include instructions for adding the optional hemline trim. If you have already purchased this pattern and would like instructions for adding the trim, please leave a comment below and I will email you a copy. Just let me know where you purchased your original (Etsy, Craftsy, Quilt Crossing, etc.)
I thought it would be fun to share some photos of apron class at Quilt Crossing last week. It was a fun group and they were all very pleased that everyone completed their apron, as you can see in the class photos below.
Thank you ladies, for a very fun time. I hope you enjoy your lovely aprons!