February 5, 2012

DON'T WORRY...

...The apron craze will be over pretty soon. 
#5

The four deep pockets across the bottom are replicas of vintage seed packets.  How cute!

#5 apron was gifted to me by my Mom several years ago.  It was actually an apron kit that I found very interesting.  Not sure how old the kit was when my Mom uncovered it in her attic, but the price tag on it was $1.00.  The apron was it's own pattern printed on one single piece of cloth.  The instructions were even printed on the same piece and look like this.
 I've seen apron kits at the fabric store, but they cost a little more than $1.00 now.  Like I said, don't worry - there's only one more to come, and then it's back to garment sewing for me.  But this does give me an idea... 

5 comments:

  1. Faye! I cannot get your fall dressapalooza out of my mind. I so want to sew dresses now.

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  2. Love your aprons. Keep 'em comin'.

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  3. You have been making some pretty nice aprons :) My little Ella wants an apron like my daughters hairdressing apron,so I've been looking thru my patterns for an apron to downsize and customize for a three year old :)) I like your ruffle one...very cute.

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  4. Ms. Faye, I like all three especially the polka dot apron.

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