Hi Readers! Apologies for the long wait until a new post. Within the past 3 months I have started a new job and with that I have had a change in my schedule, so I’ve been trying to get used to that. Anyways, today I have a refash for you that has become one of my favorites!
I started with a denim wrap skirt that came in a bag of clothes my Aunt gave me.It even has a pocket! (Bonus in my book!)
I began by chopping about 10 inches off the length.
I used liquid stitch to tack down the side fabric because the fabric flap kept curling up even with heavy ironing.
I removed the pocket, don’t worry! I’m going to reattach it later!
Look a hippity hoppity rabbit got in the way!I used my trusty liquid stitch to attach some orange bias tape to the pocket. (I felt it would be too thick to sew the bias tape to the denim pocket)
I used fabric paint to paint a rooster on the front of the pocket.
I sewed medium orange rick rack to the bottom of this skirt for added decoration.
My idea for this skirt was to make it into an apron! I have a country theme for my kitchen (hence the rooster paint on the pocket) So I thought what better for a coubtry apron than patches!?
I found this great orange fabric at my local supercenter, Meijer.I ironed on some heat n bond to the wrong side of the fabric, drew on my desiered patch design, cut out my design, pulled off the backing and ironed them on my apron!
I also sewed a few stitches using embroidery floss!
Here is where my apron hangs! Ready for me to cook!
Here it is in action!