Edited to add: another apron site and a favorite apron blog.
When it's our turn for Thanksgiving at my mom's house, the moms and grandkids all get together and bake pies. The girls learn how to make pie crusts and then fill the pies with their choice of fruit or spiced pumpkin. The moms are there to help them mix the pie crust dough and fit it into the pie tin.
And we do it in our matching Mom and daughter (or in my case, son) aprons. Last year she made these for us. We had two fabric choices - vintage or modern.
I think she just drew the pattern out. The back of the yellow apron is lined with fabric that is the same as the pocket fabric. I just love them.
For my son's apron we used leftover fabric from Kelley's quilt. My favorite part about his apron is that the neck is actually a very soft cotton elastic (the kind that go into boxers). That way it can stretch over his head and will basically fit him until he can't tie the straps any more or refuses because, "What if someone sees me in this?"
If you don't happen to have a sew-y mom like mine, you can always shop at places like
Itz Sew Lucy
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and find the perfect matching aprons for your budget. To see other posts related to Fall and Thanksgiving, visit Michelle at Scribbit and see her Winter Bazaar.