Williams Sonoma Apron Design Knockoff

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Copied a Williams Sonoma towel design onto a dollar store apron for a high-end look for $1! Check out more projects at www.justanurseandherfurniture.com.
My incredible sister-in-law gave me a dish towel and a hot pad from Williams Sonoma that I love. I wanted an apron to match but didn't want to pay $30-$40 for it so I went to the dollar store, got a plain white apron, and used some Sharpies to copy the design. Voilà! Not bad for a dollar! 😉🍴
This is such a simple design it's hard to mess up.
I ended up using the thicker Sharpie mainly. Went on better than the thin one and you could see it a lot better.
Suggested materials:
  • Sharpies
  • Plain white apron
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  • Joanne Kelly Joanne Kelly on Apr 12, 2016
    The link takes you to her site but instructions for the apron are no where to be found.

    • Yeah, I didn't make this one into a post on the blog because there's not much to it but I'll be glad to answer any questions you may have!

  • Joanne Kelly Joanne Kelly on Apr 13, 2016
    Thanks for your speedy reply! So I wondered whether you transferred/traced the pattern to your apron or if you drew it freehand. Thanks again. ...Joanne