A friend and I have always joke about making things out of bandanas. In high school we saw an idea to make bandana skirts. The photo looked cute so we decided to try. Let's just say it didn't work out and we've joked about "the bandana skirt" since.
I saw a picture of a bandana apron and decided I had to make one for her. It was easy and cheap and I thought she'd get a kick out of it.
Supplies: Bandana, ribbon (enough to go around your waist and tie), thread
Cost: under $5
I folded the ends of the ribbon and pinned them.
Then I sewed across the fold so that they ends of the ribbon wouldn't be exposed and fray. I did this to both ends of the ribbon.
Next I folded the ribbon in half and the bandana in half. I matched up the folds (so that the excess ribbon for tying would be even on both sides). I pinned the ribbon to the top edge of the bandana. Make sure to pin the ribbon to the right-side/front of the bandana.
I sewed along the top edge.
Next I sewed along the bottom edge of the ribbon.
The finished apron.
Modeling the apron - not the best picture but it's the best I could do by myself. :-)