The Princess stopped by the other day, and was feeling rather bereft because she didn't have an apron. So, we went through the stash and found a yard of fabric that she liked. Then, we headed for the sewing machine.
The apron is an adaptation of the one from Diamonds, Fur & Laundry; except I used 1/2 yard of the fabric plus a couple of brown selvage ends left over from my apron giveaway. I also added pleats to the waistline before sewing it to the waistband, just because I like pleats. Oh, and I folded the bottom of the apron up and sewed it into pockets, effectively making it a harvest apron, like mine.
The bag is this one: With Love Tote, although I used just under 1/2 yard of fabric (which made a perfect Princess-sized bag). By the way, a fat quarter done up into the same tote makes an adorable little bag, and Joanne's had fat quarters for $1 each this week. Think of all the cute little bags you could have!
The final strip of fabric was sewn (I know, I know - passive voice - bad! But you all know who sewed it!) into a tube with wrong sides together, then turned right side out and pressed. And then I stitched up the ends, and it made a headband that would double as a belt, or a leash for a stuffed toy - whatever you might want to use it for! It's amazing what you can make with just over a yard of fabric and a little time!