Both of these aprons are made from McCall's 5720
When I saw Lisa's version HERE, I had to have one!
From Lisa's site
Well, my mom had to have one :) I couldn't wrap my head around connecting the bodice to the tiered skirt and in the end I totally fudged it all and it came out okay. Not perfect but okay. I lined the bodice but the skirt was pretty heavy with the 3 tiers so I didn't need to line it.
I absolutely LOVE the wide ties. There is a pleat in the tie at the waistband an it is super cute.
My mom has tendency not to use the things I make because they're "too pretty. Hopefully she uses this! It took me forever to make this darn apron.
From the same pattern, I decided to make a simple apron for my coworker who is really sweet and takes good care of me at work. She buys me Emergen-C by the box(!!), she made an arrangement to go outside on our porch, she brings me farm-fresh eggs (she picks them the morning she brings them!)...so I wanted to do something nice for her.
Fully lined to make it more awesome. If I had thought ahead, I would have gotten the creamy off-white color but I had 5 yards of white broadcloth on hand so it's white. :) The pockets are lined with red broadcloth.
Also, I posted a comment on the PR "12 days of thanks" post and I WON!! Woot!!