First, a bit about Indygo Junction and the fabulous Amy Barickman – the woman behind it all!
Indygo Junction Inc., founded by creative entrepreneur Amy Barickman, is an established sewing and crafts business that offers stylish and timeless high-quality patterns and a variety of idea-rich project books. Amy continues to work with artists and designers from around the world to create unique projects, having sold over 2 million books and sewing patterns.
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Today I’m excited to share one of Indygo Junction’s new patterns with you! When you’re ready to get busy in the kitchen, The Dressed Alike Apron has you covered. In fact, it can also cover your little kitchen helpers! This pattern comes with three variations: adult, child, and doll, for a trio of cute kitchen toppers.
The square-cut neckline goes over the shoulders for a comfortable fit, and ties at the waist on both sides. A fun flounce along the bottom edge provides extra coverage and a cute bit of flair, and a handy pocket in the front offers the right amount of space for your odds and ends.
This pattern comes in just five, easy pieces, and is a great project for beginners.
Indygo Junction was kind enough to send me fabric and the pattern to try for myself, and I had the womens’ sized apron sewn up in a couple of hours! It was a really enjoyable project to sew, and I think the design would be great for a lot of different activities, from cooking to gardening.
I also like how the back is a full piece – with three little kids I need all the coverage I can get!
And that’s not all…
Don’t forget to collect your secret letter from each stop on the Indygo Junction PATTERN PARADE blog tour. At the end of the tour, unscramble the 10 secret letters to create the mystery phrase and enter to win the Grand Prize! For more details, visit IndygoJunction.com.
The secret letter for this blog is “L”.
Be sure to check out all the other stops on the Indygo Junction PATTERN PARADE Blog Tour (and collect all the secret letters!):
June 6 – Indygo Junction Kick-Off Post
June 9th – Nancy Zieman Blog
June 11 – Sew Much Ado
June 13 – Design in Embroidery
June 15 – The Last Piece
June 18 – Lazy Girl
June 20 – Sew Weekly
June 22 – Tula Pink
June 26 – Sew Mama Sew
June 28 – Mama Said Sew
July 2 – Skip to my Lou
July 6 – Indygo Junction Tour Finale
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