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This little “apron” slips over the bottle neck and ties in the back creating a cute cover for bottles in the bath or kitchen.
Supplies

8 x 8 inch piece  Handkerchief Linen

½ yard 5/8 inch lace

1 yard bias binding

8 x 8 inch piece of stabilizer

Small Rose Appliqués (3)

Pattern

Size 100 top stitching needle, size 80 needle

White thread
Instructions
1.
Fold the linen in half and cut out the pattern. If your bottle is shorter or longer than the pattern length, make the needed adjustment along the dotted line.
1.
Using a size 80 needle and white thread, add the lace to the top outside of the apron gathering slightly. Refer to the cover photo.
1.
Cover the lace from step 2 with a small piece of the bias tape.
1.
Add the lace to the sides and bottom gathering slightly and starting at the armhole. Do not add lace to the armhole. The lace should be added right sides together using a tight zigzag stitch (L=1.5,W=3.5)
1.
Change to the top stitching needle and sew the lace flat by adding a decorative entredeux-type stitch to the front and keeping the newly created seam allowance to the inside of the back of the piece. Use stabilizer for this.
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