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Anything but illogical...
While I tend to not wear shirts with slogans all that often, and men's XL t-shirt with a HUGE picture on it even less, I needed to find a good use for one of my favorite shirts.

I am just a bit of a Star Trek fanatic, while not quite a trekkie. I took this t-shirt, added some nice plaid fabric and some space Robert Kaufman faric, did a little hand embroidery and wa-la! An apron fit for any nerd chef or geek crafter.

While this was truly one of my first real sewing projects, I am quite pleased with the way it turned out.

I can't help but be a huge nerd.

Posted by Nix Sidhe from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States • Published See Nix Sidhe's 4 projects »
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Becky M.
Becky M. · 68 projects
ROCKPaperScissorsLizardsSpock!
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Sylvia S.
Sylvia S.
Brilliant! Love it.
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Eva
Eva · Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US · 65 projects
this is fantastic!
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Lube
Lube · Lincoln, England, GB · 4 projects
wow, it's amazing Happy
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Ryals_Shoal
Ryals_Shoal · Marysville, Washington, US · 17 projects
This is quite possibly the most amazing apron I have ever seen!
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Tina  K.
Tina K. · Farmington, Missouri, US
Not only am I a Trekkie raised by Trekkie parents with a Trekkie best friend, my first ever crush was Spock. I was about 7 when it started. It was the most pure crush of my life. I love the apron.
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Carrie C.
Carrie C. · Idaho, Idaho, US · 1 project
Just the coolest apron I have ever seen. I want to become a Trekkie now just so I can wear all things Spock. SO COOL!
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cinderelly
cinderelly · 4 projects
that is a great idea! i love the spock pic!
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FoxesinBoxes
FoxesinBoxes · Bury, England, GB · 10 projects
Ahhhh I want one!

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Lady Lolita
Lady Lolita · Taft, California, US
Neato Bandito!
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