Britex Fabrics, Coit Tower, the Golden Gate Bridge, trolleys, and more – this quilting weight cotton fabric lets us know exactly where you left your heart! Here is our iconic San Francisco fabric made into an apron – just the thing to wear while drinking coffee and baking a batch of apricot scones for brunch! This apron pattern is the 1940s Val from the Kitchen style by Decades of Style. If this apron style doesn’t float your boat, then the folks at Tipnut graciously offered three free booklets packed full of apron patterns – full aprons, half aprons, smocked aprons and more!
It’s back in stock! This midweight cotton shows everyone exactly where you left your heart….San Francisco and Britex Fabrics! Representing our much loved landmarks and attractions; The Golden Gate Bridge, Haight Ashbury, Coit Tower, the iconic neon Britex Fabrics sign, Chinatown, Pier 39, Lombard Square, trolley cars, wine country, and more! This fabric is ideal for an apron, quilting projects, or even a nifty camp shirt. $15.99 per yard/44″ wide. 100% cotton.