The gist of this latest project is supply pretty aprons for women who are rebuilding their lives and homes in Haiti. Easy. Especially when Maureen has written a fantastic tutorial so that you can make an apron in about an hour out of 4 fat quarters. Seriously! I made this one yesterday afternoon right after she posted the tute.
In her post, Maureen suggested the over skirt pieces would be perfect for drying hands, so I ran with that and used linen for those pieces. A repurposed linen shirt of B's, actually. You can see I left the shirt tail hems in tact along the bottom.
modeled by the lovely D
I had two pretty Amy Butler fat quarters for the centre panel and ties and used a pink/green print, who's origins completely escape me now, for the waistband. Anybody recognize it? (eta - of course, it's from Heather Bailey's Freshcut. Thanks Katie!)
Think you could whip up an apron and ship it to Tennessee by May 31st? If so, all the info you need is in this post. While you're at it, why not make up a second one for your mom? Mother's Day is next Sunday here in North America!