We are welcoming in a new pattern into the Grace Elizabeth’s Etsy Shop. With the release of the Dizzy Lizzy Apron we’ve debuted our first sewing pattern! We made our first Dizzy Lizzy Apron a few years ago – and the pattern to recreate it has been in the works ever since.
This new pattern is great for the advanced beginner and has some great instructions for techniques including making that cute feminine ruffle!
The sweetest part of the apron is IT’S REVERSIBLE! This apron is a great way to showcase some darling fabric and coordinates. Get yourself a digital copy of the Dizzy Lizzy Apron in our Etsy Shop and get busy on the sewing machine and in the kitchen!
Alex is a member of the GE Creative Team and is the eldest daughter within the trio. Her formal training is in education where she teaches Family & Consumer Science classes. The best part of teaching is and getting to use her passion for creativity everyday. Some of her favorites include sewing clothing, quilting, and scrapbooking.
13 thoughts on “New Pattern to Debut in the Shop”
This is just SUPER cute!
Stylin’ while cooking! Love it!
These aprons look too cute to cook in them, wow! I thought they were some pretty summer dresses at the beginning, LOL! Very bright and colourful, just awesome!
I don’t think I’d want to cook in it as it could get dirty. I also like pockets
While I don’t cook, my wife likes the fabric especially since it’s quite unique from what you see today!
This is adorable! I haven’t sewn in decades and I never tried a reversible pattern. Best wishes to you!
Adorable apron…I would gladly pay someone to make it for me 🙂
The apron is designed in accordance with the latest trend. It is also cool and feminine.
I simply love this pattern! It’s so fresh, modern and feminine!
Thanks Sherri! It was fun creating it and experimenting with fabric designs and the best part – giving away finished projects as gifts.
This is such a lovely and modern looking apron. I wear one sometimes for painting, but this is too beautiful to get paint on. Love that it is reversible too! Enjoy making it and choosing the fabrics too!
LOL Beverley – you know…there are beautiful cotton laminate fabrics out there that would make this apron “painting” friendly 🙂
How cute is this! Gorgeous
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