We offer a Try before you Buy download at http://www.quiltmoxie.com/?page_id=460 which is your recipe of the materials needed to make your own Gale Apron.
I met Gale, a retired New York State Trooper and "longarm quilter extraordinaire "who enjoys fishing and golf, through a mutual quilting buddy, Lynne (who is also an awesome longarm quilter). Every quilter needs an apron and came up with the idea for an apron sporting a fish tie for Gale. That was the beginning of what is now your Gale Apron pattern.
Once our classroom testing began, you can imagine that our Quilt Guild Members (see photo**) had their own opinions on what an apron should be. The Gale Apron ePattern gives you the choice of options galore...including built-in potholders.
**Pictured are some of the Chateauguay Valley Quilters Guild members from left to right: Sandra Georgina Ann Jessie Janet Nancy and Ariana.
One of the many versions of the History of Aprons which is most likely based on the poem by Tina Trivett is included with the pattern for you to enjoy.
The Gale Apron pattern uses quilting and flat construction sewing techniques to produce a reversible apron.
*Fat 1/4 friendly.
Use your machines decorative stitches.
Recycle friendly, just dip into Grandmas button jar and jewelry box to embellish your Gale Apron.
Options galore to keep you in style whether you are in your workshop, your studio, or your kitchen. Fire up your barbecue!
New Cut Out pattern pieces once you cut these out, the fabric that remains is your pattern piece.
Versatile : Make one, make many. Each Gale Apron is as unique as you are.
This ePattern is 16 pages. It prints the first 12 pages on letter size paper and the last 4 pages (pattern templates) on legal size paper.
|Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized|
Hooked on Craftsy !
Ariana enjoyed the wonderful class, Fair Isle Vest stranded and steeked by Mary Jane Mucklestone, and decided to document her personal Craftsy journey in video. Before her ...
Hooked on Craftsy !
Ariana enjoyed the wonderful class, Fair Isle Vest stranded and steeked by Mary Jane Mucklestone, and decided to document her personal Craftsy journey in video. Before her venture into Celtic Cables by Carol Feller, Ariana set up QuiltMoxie the Podcast to share her crafting adventures with like-minded crafters around the world.
Are you taking the same Craftsy classes and want to share your experience ? Find QuiltMoxie the Podcast through your favourite social hangout or subscribe at http://eepurl.com/zJ9lH to receive the next QuiltMoxie video by email.
Ariana went from corporate to quilting and today enjoys time with husband, children, family and friends. Her mom, through her many contacts, was able to connect Ariana with a quilt guild in the area which has resulted in lots of wonderful new friendships.
Today, like many of you, she is member to two quilting guilds and busier than ever. For two years Ariana was Workshops Coordinator for Salon 2010, the Montreal Quilt Exhibition and editor of Le Journal (a newsletter sent to Quebec Quilters twice a year). Throughout this time she held quilting classes.
The Jet-Setter pattern debuted at Salon 2010, the Montreal Quilt Exhibition held every two years in May. QuiltMoxie patterns are classroom tested by quilting guild members.