aprons — How to Make a Child's Apron from a Kitchen Towel || KIN DIY

How to Make a Child's Apron from a Kitchen Towel || KIN DIY

Like this project? Get everything you need on the KIN DIY Learn More page: Find project information by clicking «Show More» below. If you’ve never sewed clothes before, it couldn’t be much easier! Tere Jensen, fashion designer and co-founder of mom, magically creates an adorable baby apron out of a standard kitchen towel. So simple, so practical, so inexpensive, so cute! The full written instructions for this project can be found here: Mother-daughter duo Tere Jensen and Bethany Jensen are mom’s design force — a line of children’s clothing («nerds for cool kids»), accessories and home décor items heavily influenced by their family history, films and music. Simple classic designs come to life with color, pattern and texture using vintage fabric and work until only the tiniest piece of fabric remains. mom believes in family, spending time in the kitchen, vinyl records, dark chocolate, cowboys, laughter and good mood. Find out more about Bethany Jensen, Tera Jensen and Mom at these links: Blog: Facebook: Twitter: @42ndandOrange Instagram: mom42ndandorange Or visit them in person! Mom 1055 South Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, CA 92024 Store Hours: Wed. Sat: 10-6, Sun: 11-4, closed Mon. and Tue.

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