I've recently started teaching stained glass classes for a local arts/crafts center. I'm really enjoying it because it helps me keep my skills sharp and I love seeing folks hold up their project and see the light pouring through it for the first time. I'm a firm believer that when people know just how much work and heart go into creating stained glass, they'll have more appreciation for those of us who are trying to make a living from it (and understand why it's so darn expensive!). Nothing wrong with educating the public about what we do. We're artists, not magicians.
Stained glass is a very tool-heavy craft, and I wanted a nice little apron to keep a few things on hand while I'm bouncing around the room. One Yard Wonders to the rescue!
I used a bit of an old skirt and a few scraps of some faux denim I had lying around. Since I'm a bit lazy whenever the instructions say anything like "press with an iron" or "fold, then fold, then fold some more", I opted to just buy some bias tape for the binding rather than make my own. I'll do it someday, I promise.