SugarPieChic

Quality Retro Apron Patterns for the Modern Gal

Texas, United States · 4719 Sales

SugarPieChic

Quality Retro Apron Patterns for the Modern Gal

Texas, United States 4719 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(1224)

Announcement   RETRO VINTAGE DIGITAL APRON PATTERNS ~ Handmade by You!

{MY MISSION}: Connecting women generation to generation, one APRON at a time.

{MY PATTERNS}: Created with BEGINNERS in mind. All patterns are in PDF format and most have PROFESSIONALLY DRAFTED pattern tiles. These are not a hand-drawn patterns, but ones that includes meticulously detailed instructions and lots of color pictures to guide you through each step.

MY SHOP: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SugarPieChic
MY BLOG: www.seasonedhomemaker.com (Subscribe and get a FREE Apron Pattern)
FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/theseasonedhomemaker
PINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/seasonedhome
INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/theseasonedhomemaker (Use the hashtag #sugarpiechic to show off your creations)

At this time, high demand will not allow me to trade aprons for blog reviews or giveaways. Because of this, I cannot discount or sell wholesale.

Currently, I accept PayPal, but you are still able to use a credit card. See this article on how to use a credit card on Paypal. http://www.etsy.com/storque/how-to/how-to-pay-with-a-credit-card-and-create-a-paypal-account-746/

If you have any questions, please convo me or e-mail me at leslie [!at] seasonedhomemaker.com

See what my customers are saying: http://www.etsy.com/feedback_received.php

Thanks for stopping by! Keep checking back in for new items!

Announcement

RETRO VINTAGE DIGITAL APRON PATTERNS ~ Handmade by You!

{MY MISSION}: Connecting women generation to generation, one APRON at a time.

{MY PATTERNS}: Created with BEGINNERS in mind. All patterns are in PDF format and most have PROFESSIONALLY DRAFTED pattern tiles. These are not a hand-drawn patterns, but ones that includes meticulously detailed instructions and lots of color pictures to guide you through each step.

MY SHOP: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SugarPieChic
MY BLOG: www.seasonedhomemaker.com (Subscribe and get a FREE Apron Pattern)
FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/theseasonedhomemaker
PINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/seasonedhome
INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/theseasonedhomemaker (Use the hashtag #sugarpiechic to show off your creations)

At this time, high demand will not allow me to trade aprons for blog reviews or giveaways. Because of this, I cannot discount or sell wholesale.

Currently, I accept PayPal, but you are still able to use a credit card. See this article on how to use a credit card on Paypal. http://www.etsy.com/storque/how-to/how-to-pay-with-a-credit-card-and-create-a-paypal-account-746/

If you have any questions, please convo me or e-mail me at leslie [!at] seasonedhomemaker.com

See what my customers are saying: http://www.etsy.com/feedback_received.php

Thanks for stopping by! Keep checking back in for new items!

SugarPieChic

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(1224)
Janet Fujioka

Janet Fujioka on Apr 7, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Cute and easy to make thank you :*

wendy milburn

wendy milburn on Mar 18, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

lovely pattern lot of work gone into producing pattern

wendy milburn

wendy milburn on Mar 18, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

highly recommended brilliantly set out pattern

klklingler

klklingler on Mar 9, 2016

4 out of 5 stars

I like the style of the apron. The directions were easy to understand at the beginning, but as I started to progress the instructions seemed to get more blurry. A con about this pattern is that the instructions use a solid red color which made it difficult to tell in pictures which side was the right side vs. the wrong side.

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About

Retro Aprons and Patterns for the Modern Gal

Sugar Pie Chic began because I was dwelling on the idea that women throughout history have always worn aprons of one kind or another. This universal connection with women inspired me to want to do something that would continue this chain.

The more I thought about this, the more I wanted to create a unique and personal apron for today’s woman. I didn’t want to stop there; I also wanted to make a quality apron that would be treasured by her children and grandchildren.

I am driven by the thought that one of my aprons could be passed down with beautiful memories of the woman who wore it.

I began creating patterns from my designs after a couple of years. Customers were always asking me to convert my designs into patterns and I happily obliged.

Take a look at most of my aprons and you will see a very distinct garden theme. When I'm not sewing, I can usually be found in my garden. A few years ago I became a Master Gardener and started dabbling in landscape design. When I’m not in my studio sewing, I’m usually in my garden dreaming up new ways to dig up the grass in my suburban landscape and move perfectly happy plants to new locations. This causes me to have horrible manicures, sometimes smell like manure, and have a wicked farmer's tan. Still, I can't help myself!

I occasionally fantasize about traveling around the globe and visiting all of my aprons. I am curious to see what they are up to. Are they just hanging on a hook in someone's kitchen or are they doing hard labor everyday as family meals are being prepared?

While I save up for that around-the-world ticket, the two roads of sewing and gardening converge on my blog, www.seasonedhomemaker.com. It is a place where I share sewing successes {and disasters} alongside gardening triumphs {and failures}.

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    Owner, Maker, Designer

    Welcome to Sugar Pie Chic! I've been sewing most of my life and I love sharing what I know and what I do.

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