For me, the best part about designing sewing projects is seeing what people make from them. That’s why I do it! My goal is to provide good clear instruction for an enjoyable project you can make and use. Seeing what you make, the fabric choices, the changes and extra details you add, it’s all so good!

Today I’m sharing aprons made from my Easy Modern Apron Class over on Craftsy. It’s a fast, easy sew with lots of options for customizing!


Melissa of A Happy Stitch made her apron with a tiny two-toned stripe. She alternated the stripe’s direction on each piece of the bib and skirt to give it a subtle, beautiful effect. She also modified the pocket. Hop on over to her blog to read the details!



Stacy of Stacy Sews used 2 large scale prints for her apron. I love that mod lady print! And the navy accent print on the pockets, waistband and neck ties really pull it all together. You can read more about it on her blog Stacy Sews.




Cindy of Raspberry Sunshine also used a large scale print with a striped coordinate to pull out the yellow color from the main print. She shares more details and photos in her blog post about the apron.

I like to include a bonus coloring page with each sewing pattern I design and this one is no different! In the class materials you’ll find a coloring page to print out and play with to help you decide on your fabrics and placement.

Are you ready to get sewing your own Easy Modern Apron? Visit any of the 3 blogs mentioned above for a special link giving you 50% off the class util October 24th 2017! I’d love to see how you make yours!