The apron(s) for November comes as a mother-daughter pack. Get ready for help cooking the holiday meals by encouraging a little one to cook with you.
One of my sisters-in-law makes fabric gift bags each Christmas and I repurposed my bag into aprons using the printed fabric.
Although aprons made like this are usually considered clothespin bags, the big pocket would be great for holding a potholder or the end of a kitchen towel. I've used this pattern, Simplicity #E2079, several times. It takes very little fabric and the bias tape binding is the most costly thing about making it, unless you can make your own tape, which I do.
Looking for a simple gift to make for Christmas? Why not surprise a little granddaughter with her very own apron?