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We love designing new aprons - as you know, we have an extensive array of wonderful apron styles! However, we didn't have a halter-style apron- how could that be? Well, we remedied that quickly and designed The Betsy Apron. The Betsy Apron is simple to make and flattering to wear. It features a halter-style top that ties around the neck. The skirt has a slight gather to it, with a waistband that ties in the back. The detail that makes our apron stand out from others is the reversed facing on the bodice. You sew the facing on with the right side of the fabric placed so you can fold the facing back over the front of the bodice as a design detail. This creates a nice border detail down the front of the apron. The apron definitely has a retro vibe to it. Wouldn't it be fun to wear while hosting a party and serving appetizers? The style lends itself to so many different fabrics as well, from feminine florals to kitchsy kitchen prints! This apron features a floral mixed with a carrot print from Anna Griffin's Glady's Collection. This apron features a pretty floral and a subtle swirl from Bonjour Mon Ami by Amanda Murphy for Blend Fabrics. Would you like to win a copy of The Betsy Apron? To enter, simply leave a comment below telling us your go-to party appetizer. The contest will run through 12:00 pm Friday, August 15th. U.S. residents only please. Good Luck!