Ok, I'm not a great cook, but with this apron, I look like one!

Step 1: Materials

Fabric scraps - try to use fall colors with lots of pattern on them.
1 Pant leg from pants that fit you. Do not use stretch jeans.
1 men's shirt collar
1 Red fabric scrap
Black buttons
Needle & Thread
Decorative buttons
Steam-a-seam, stitch witch, or any other applique fusable brand.

(I found two books of fabric samples at a flea market, and will be showing those.)
<p>Seriously, that is the cutest apron I have ever seen! So pretty and creative with your imagination. Clever!! Directions are great and you really went the extra mile with your pics. One can tell you had it all thought out in advance to get those pics. A &quot;Thinker&quot; if ever. Thank you so much, I really had fun with this Instructable!!</p>
wow,amazing,recycled beauty!
Making &quot;Our Momma&quot; a dozen aprons for Christmas, and I'm adding this one to make it a baker's dozen. It's so cute, and I love that it's recycled, that's the only way I roll. Thanks for sharing.
Post pictures of your aprons; I'd love to see them!<br>
Realy cool! It sounds realy fun to make. ps: exalent job on turkey.
That is really cute! Great job on the Turkey!

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