It's December! A favorite time of year for creating treats to share with family, friends, and neighbors. Some years it's been warm bread wrapped in festive tea towels, other years it's my husband's pecan tea cakes dusted with powdered sugar. This year I'm trying something new and I'll share that with you later as it's easy and you can make some too.
The wreaths are placed at the driveway gate, the mantle decorated with greenery and candles, and now it's time for one more important preparation - a new holiday apron.
The pattern is Simplicity 8152A 1970s Vintage. It has 4 options and I'm choosing View B, a very classic tie apron.
The apron back has two tabs which are folded to the wrong side along the fold line indicated on the pattern. The end is turned under 3/8" and sewn across the fold through all layers. The opening created is just wide enough for the ties.