It's time to bring in the harvest, collect the eggs, start the fall cleaning. At least up here in the northern hemisphere.
Down south of the equator, it's time to get those seeds started and get some baby chicks.
Either way, this apron will do the job for you. It's got a huge pocket great for tools and seed packets or bringing in the harvest once it's gotten going.
It's the first pattern I've designed in a few years and it's already a best-seller in my Etsy shop.
You can pick it up right here.
It takes just a little over a yard or metre to make or you can mix and match fabrics as you like.
I can't wait to make more. I found a lovely homespun fabric to make one from. I've even made one from a vintage table cloth.
But my favorites might be those made by friends and customers. Michelle, an Etsy customer, made a whole batch. And this is a photo of Del, president of the Beerwah CWA in Australia, modeling one made there.
I'm so thrilled everyone loves this apron as much as I do!