What We’re Making! Church Ladies Apron by Mary Mulari

on Nov 18, 2012 in Sewing, What We're Making | 10 comments

Becky went wild with the Church Ladies Apron by Mary Mulari. The reversible apron is a clever way to capture 2 styles of fabric in one apron.  Let your wild side out with a fun or dressy print, while the other side can be jazzed up or practical every day wear.

Denyse Schmidt Chicopee Voltage Red Dot fabric

For the seafood lover.

Sophisticated chic.

So many wonderful fabrics, so little time!

Happy sewing!

~Carrie & Diana

    10 Comments

  1. Hi there. for some reason the link to the pattern failed for me and I couldn’t find it by searching “church” on your site. Any tips?

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    Amy (badskirt)

    November 18, 2012

  2. I’ve never seen church ladies looking this good either!

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    Gina.S

    November 19, 2012

  3. Love that pattern. I have used it several times. My favorite is the last one pictured.

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    Rose Marie

    November 20, 2012

  4. I have had that pattern for a long time but have never made it. I HAVE made at least 25 of her regular reversible pattern tho! I love it!

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    Marg

    November 20, 2012

  5. I just made 2 of these aprons in crazy prints from my stash. What a fun design and easy too.

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    Jan Richards

    November 23, 2012

  6. Great combination of fabrics! I have this pattern, but have yet to make an apron. I was wondering what’s the name of the newsprint fabric used on the lobster apron – tried looking in the shop, but no luck 🙁

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    Amy

    January 29, 2013

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