Last saturday her package arrived all the way from New Zealand
She even took the trouble of making a nice, warming package with a heart and a letter..
Here's the fabric!
I immediately started cutting and sewing. It involved biaisstrips (lots) and even buttonholes for which I had to read my machine's manuel carefully *lol*
I struggled with the biais binding. I bought ready made and it wasn't the best quality, but I pulled it off. My Husqvarna and I are on very friendly terms lately.
This is the result: a sleepy eyed baking DD (quote: what a lame pic Mum!) dressed in a lovely apron!
And..it's reversible :)
Thank you Sarah for sending me the fabric, you rock!
And to give all the right credits: here is where I got the pattern
Now you should think DD is in the kitchen baking ME yummy cupcakes. Nope, she's baking 2 (!) birthdaycakes for friends. Ah well, she's doing household chores so I can sew. Better for my waistline!