I love creative aprons—like aprons made from old men’s shirts!
Unfortunately, it’s getting harder and harder to find “old” men’s shirts and I’m left digging through thrift-store racks. Oh well.
I like using the sleeves for pockets. Like these short sleeves that create double pockets to organize what you put in them!
*Great for the flea market—organizes camera, phone, money, business cards. . .
Anyway, this is an old one sold long ago in the antique mall. I’ve sold about a dozen there and only have two left. So I took a fun break to sit at the sewing machine playing, and created five more to add in my space!
A few examples of using the sleeves for pockets—
I have a few more to make so the iron coat hook-thingy is reloaded at the antique mall! There’s another style I’d like to play with using some grain sack scraps.
AND— I need to change all the saw blades—an expensive task because they always seem to wear out at the same time! But can’t start the next project without fresh sharp blades—
Next project will involve cutting up an old door. . .
I’m sharing my aprons in a few linky parties!