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Oh, wow! Thank you! This is even better than my dad's Navy method (ca 1959 or thereabouts). Will come in handy- gonna teach my kids how to do this, for an upcoming trip. :)
I think I know how. What you would do is, cut 2 of the fabric. Place wrong sides together, and sew a seam all the way around EXCEPT for the spaces at the strap ends (both upper and lower!), and then leave a good gap at the top of the breast-piece- the apron front part. Turn it right-side out, press the seam allowance in, pin it, and stitch the larger opening closed. Then, from there, you would need to hand-stitch the straps , pressing the seam allowances inside of the straps, and using a hidden stitch. Then, I would recommend pressing the entire seam, and topstitching the whole thing all the way around. Hope that helps! :)
Ok, I give up...am sitting @ my desk at work, trying to replicate that knot (with, er, less-than-optimal materials, LOL!) How do you do that double-type knot??? Thanks!
Oh DUH! Yeah, I just looked at 17 again. Sorry!
Thank you! :)
This is fantastic- thank you! My son is very much into the zombie apocalypse thing- this will be ideal for Halloween. :) You're awesome!
Paolo, this is beautiful! Thank you for sharing. :) Very inspiring!
Wonderful! This is pure genius- MUCH better than the standard pastry board knife. Thank you so much for sharing this! :D
I LOVE this- it's beautiful! And the idea with the bucket and iron pieces is pure genius- so much better than pier blocks and that sort of thing. Thank you for sharing this! :)
I second that, Betsy! :) This is so clever, and will make for a great learning experience for my children. That is, if we ever have mice around. ;)
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