in print // dome-estic bliss cupcake apron in homespun
Nearly a year ago I started talking with Australian Homespun magazine about an apron project that would go in their special food issue. You know I love making food with faces, so I was excited about this. Then earlier this year I mailed off my completed apron and it made its way around the world.
And you know, it's just so satisfying when an envelope arrives and inside is your project that is home again, and the magazine with pages displaying the thing you made.
It's really lovely that my apron is in the same issue as Twinkie Chan and a host of other talented designers. Plus, I'm always so impressed with this magazine. It has a different feeling that other craft magazines that I also like, and I like that!
One of the really cool things is this:
At the back is a giant pull-out page with full size patterns. Yeah, that's right. And I don't have to tell you that with the dome design on this apron, that pattern is super helpful. (If you get a digital copy, I'm told that you have a way to print the pieces and join them.)
Now the question remains...should I actually use this or keep it as pretty as can be?