Okay ladies. I'm on the prowl. On the prowl for a pattern. A pretty pattern. A pretty pattern for an apron.
That would have sounded a lot more elegant had 'apron' started with a 'p.'
Anyway, I found some styles I really like (http://www.etsy.com/shop/bambinoamore?section_id=6237629 ; especially the Jessie and Eloise), but these are obviously for sale as the finished product. In addition to totally overwhelming myself with googling "free apron patterns," I've decided to appeal to you all to see if you have any specific tips on where to look for a rather feminine, frilly apron pattern.