I thought I'd show you some aprons I've made and sold on ebay. I love making them. They are easy and I use them also. I make aprons with shabby roses fabric on most of them. One has some strawberries and I gave that one away to a lady who let me "borrow" some of her pictures. They all have pockets and are generally pink and chic, some have lace and all have a ruffle. Theses are truly one of a kind. However, the one I use most of the time to cook and craft is the very last one below. You'll be surprised.
This one is made with Kaffee Fassett fabric. I love his designs and fabrics for the vividness of the patterns and flowers. Just gorgeous fabric.
This one is an out-of-print Cyrus Clark. I have very little left of it and I hoard it. It's very hard to find if you can find it at all!
I think this is my favorite flowered one out of all the ones I've made so far. This sold very quickly on ebay. Pink ticking at the bottom and a very desirable rose fabric on top.
Yep, my favorite one. An old butcher's apron I bought at a yard sale for 25¢! It was brand new and very long. I had to cut off about a foot and with that I made pockets. It isn't dirty; it just has paint and glitter glue all over it. It also wraps around me pretty well. I've never heard of a butcher shop or store around her called "Art's" but he sure had great canvas aprons that last through a lot of cooking and crafting!