Ruffle Half Apron
Hello Spring Baking Season!!!
This is the April Serger Club project that I will be teaching at Nuttall’s Bernina
on Saturday, April 8 from 10 a.m. to Noon.
The pattern is exclusive to licensed Martha Pullen serger teachers
and if you are in my class (2nd Saturday of each month) you will
receive this pattern.
I purchased the quilting cotton locally at Nuttall’s.
It is “Kitchen Love” by Cherry Guidry for Benartex Fabric.
And I purchased the spearmint gingham fabric from
Chadwick Heirlooms in Richmond, Virginia.
I’m particularly fond of that graphic print with all the baking terms on it.
The bottom edge and side edges of each ruffle is finished with a rolled hem.
The ties are nice and long to accommodate bakers of many sizes. 🙂 Love that.
The ties are double layered so there is not a wrong or right side,
and the edges are finished with a rolled hem.
If you are in the local area and would like to sign up for serger club,
contact Nuttall’s Bernina in Layton.
I would be honored to have you join our class.
If you are not local and would like to sew up a sweet ruffle apron,
contact your local sewing stores to inquire about licensed Martha Pullen serger teachers.
Happy baking and sewing, my friends.