Saturday I spent the day painting...well first I sewed. I used recycled jeans given to me by my Son in law and turned two pairs into two art aprons: And it quickly became apparent why we NEED art aprons. After sewing them both, I took them outside to the patio to paint them on my table there.
No sooner had I opened the paints and started painting when I dumped a jar of green fabric paint down the front of my shirt and jeans! (Luckily most of it came out in the wash, as it was not yet heat set, as it is on the aprons!)
I share my adventure with you on this little video. Enjoy! And then perhaps come to my ETSY store for another look.
The aprons are painted with fabric paint which is then hot ironed to set the paint.
The "Wild Artist" apron has some mono print painting on it and is then top sewn free motion style. All fabric paints are Jacquard.
The "Love Art" apron is painted using Jacquard TeeJuice Fabric Markers and Jacquard Fabric Fineliner pens.
Both have plenty of pockets for your brushes, markers, rags, etc.
They tie in the back at the waist/hip area, and the waist band neck strap is very soft and comfortable.