Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Four Fat Quarter Apron Tutorial from Maureen Cracknell Handmade

It's no secret to all of you that I love Basic Grey's Hello Luscious line.  So when I saw what Maureen of Maureen Cracknell Handmade did with the bundle she won in my Hello Luscious Giveaway I had to share it with all of you.




Not only is this apron completely adorable, it was completed with just under 4 fat quarters--no that's my kinda project. Maureen was generous enough to share her pattern in this simple step-by-step tutorial on her blog. Check it out here.

The best part is that she made this apron for Project 17, Aprons for Haiti. If you want to find out more about the project visit their facebook fan page or on Maureen's blog. Hurry aprons need to be received my May 31st.

Special thanks to Maureen for always coming up with beautiful projects for us to all gawk over and for cluing me into Project 17's great cause. I'm going to try and get one finished before the dealine.

I also ran into these two other cute Hello Luscious projects over on the Basic Grey blog. Both were created by the very talented Amy Friend. Click on the pictures for the tutorials. Fabric and that cute little pink flower are available for purchase in my shop!




So much to do...so little time! Hello Luscious fabric available in my shop! And as a special thanks to all of my great readers from now until Monday May 14th use code HelloMay for 15% off your entire order!




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