NEW Janome Canada EXCLUSIVE project from Sew4Home!

Stir a swirl of color into your cooking! This gorgeous patchwork apron will feel like wrapping yourself in a rainbow. Four amazing quilting cottons, plus a coordinating lining cotton, and unique corduroy accents all come together in a delightful mixture of pattern and texture.

The S4H team created this beautiful project exclusively for the Janome Canada audience, but how wonderful we can share the Janome love around the world!

As you put the apron together, you’ll learn/practice: assembling panels, stitching darts, making skinny ties, inserting a decorative flange, and more. In addition, you’ll see how all the layers can be assembled, stitched, and then turned through the open top of the bib, resulting in an apron that is fully finished front to back.

As always with our friends at S4H, each and every step is thoroughly explained with excellent photos throughout. Even if you are brand new on your sewing journey, you can do this, and you’ll be so proud of the result. The cute little accent trim at the top of the pocket is a great detail and good time to use a scrap of a contrast fabric. Make one for yourself and several more as wonderful gift ideas!

The apron is fully lined in a coordinating quilting cotton, which adds more strength to the apron, so it’ll stand up to lots of washings and still look beautiful.

The fabric featured is from the Fluent collection by Anna Maria Horner for FreeSpirit Fabrics. The stunning collection is due to hit retail and virtual fabric shelves in the late Fall of 2022. Of course, you are welcome to choose your own favorite fabric, and could even use fewer fabrics should you want a more neutral outcome.

As always, you’ll find full instructions under the INSPIRE tab, Sew4Home tab on Janome.CA.

Design by Anne Adams, Instructions by Liz Johnson, Sample by Debbie Guild

An Exclusive S4H Project for Janome Canada

About janomeman

As Janome Canada's National Consumer Education Manager, I'm SEW excited to share my love of sewing, quilting and all things creative with everyone at our fabulous new Janome Sewing and Learning Centre in Oakville, ON. Have an idea for a class, or to be put onto our mailing list, E-mail me at
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