Let me just tell you that would be true if that was meant in like dog years or something... Gen made hers first since she was the only one among us who had ever used a sewing machine before and it took her about 1 hr 45 minutes. And that was with her having experience sewing. Perhaps a 2nd time it would have been somewhat faster but definitely not as fast as 1 hour. Katie and I took even longer to make ours due to learning how to use the sewing machine (which really wasn't that hard surprisingly) and having the thread get stuck in the machine a few times.... this is how our crafting morning turned into a crafting day complete with lunch from chickfila brought by our husbands :)
Maybe the 1 hour applies if you have elves that help you. That would have been great and very Christmasy too! Anyway, this 1 1/2 - 2 hour apron tutorial is pretty great and fantastic for
We felt like such pros by the end that we added a pocket which is not in the tutorial. Definitely adds more cuteness in my opinion so we showcased it with some of my kitchen utensils. We found our fabric at Hancock. On sale. Obviously. Gen and Katie used the same fabric but did it opposite and it still does make very different looking aprons.
Perhaps any other color shirt would have looked better with red and green than my orange one but hey it was gameday so that is to be expected.
We were so proud of our finished products! I cannot wait to do some fabulous Christmas cooking and baking in this apron!