Adult Turkey Apron Craft Kit
I used washable fabric glue to put this together and it is adorable. Very easy to do.
November 7, 2010
This was a fun project! I sewed on the turkey instead of gluing it.
December 13, 2013
I bought this project to put together with my granddaughter for Thanksgiving day. We had a great time putting it together and she enjoyed designing the apron and gluing the pieces onto the apron. I used a glue specified for fabric and we had all the pieces on the apron, held it up and half of them fell off. Then we got out the needle and thread and she stitched the pieces onto the apron. This project needs either a hot glue gun or iron on pellon.
November 29, 2012
It is super cheesy and cute when you finish gluing it all together.
November 20, 2012
I purchased this apron with turkey embellishment to make just the turkey to put on my front door. It was very affordable and very easy to make. I bought some batting, some backing material and put it together, it looks great!!! A very easy, inexpensive door decoration. The apron, I have other plans for.
October 27, 2010
This is such a cute apron and easy to put together. Looking forward to wearing it with my daughter (bought her the matching kids' apron). Will most likely blanket stitch the edges of the felt appliques to ensure it stays together for a while.
October 21, 2010
I bought the Adult one and two kids ones. I thought it woul dbe a fun activity to make them with my nephews (7rs and 4 1/2 yrs) I cannot wait. they are very very cute. I also got one for my SIL to make and use in her classroom at school for snacks or arts and crafts.
September 13, 2010
Easy and Adorable
This apron exceeded my expectations. It is so adorable and all of the pieces were in great condition. Just remember to use craft glue or fabric glue. I am even using the same concept with patterned paper to make a page for my scrapbook!
November 29, 2009
very easy to put together looks good .I serve 400 kid for lunch they will get akick out of my apron when i serve them thanksgiving dinner at school.
October 24, 2009