As I mentioned before, I have 3 of these available for sale. As with all of my creations, they are created as I go meaning that during the creative process I tweak each one to modify it and it takes on a life of its own. I have a really hard time duplicating the same thing exactly, because I always think, "Oooh. That would be better," or, "I wonder how that would look." The first one I made is a perfect fit for me. That being said, I had to enlarge the next two, because I realize that not everyone is the same size as me. Each of these aprons has a different red button in the center. One apron has fabric ties. One has ribbon ties. However, they all look the same and so I posted the best picture. (I have come to the conclusion that I need to learn how to take better pictures).
I thought I would share the crochet flower pattern with you, because it is so easy and is a very versatile embellishment. I used a size H crochet hook and medium (size 4) Simply Soft yarn. The source is from the book Crochet Stitches: Visual Encyclopedia.
Ch 5, sl to form ring.
Ch 7 (this counts as dc & ch-4 space), *2 dc in ring, ch 4.* Repeat 5 times.
Dc in ring, sl in 3rd ch of beginning 7-ch. Do NOT turn (should have 12 dc).
*Sl, sc, hdc, 5 dc, hdc, sc, sl* in each ch-sp around. Fasten off.
That's it! Hope you enjoy! -Dari