Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Apron Project


Bibbed apron with front pockets



criss-cross button back with tie








"You can never have too many aprons
or too many memories"
EllynAnne Geisel





13 comments:

Mrs. Taft said...

It's beautiful! I love it :)

Alexis said...

You are very talented!! What a beautiful apron!

Madeleine said...

Oh that is a nice apron!!

I love aprons. I need to make more. Not that I have mad any, but I have bought some. I have 3 and sometimes they are so yucky, I keep telling myself, YOU HAVE TO MAKE SOME MORE!!!

I TOTALLY agree with your quote. My daughter is also appreciating aprons, now that she has her own home.

Very nice. :)

CaraqueƱa said...

Love aprons! You can never have too many, that's true! Sadly, though, I don't sew :(

Amy said...

I love it! Especially the length. I like mine as long as possible, because it seems my dribbles always go all the way down.

Elizabeth said...

You know, I love everything about this apron. I love the print on the fabric. I love that it nearly wraps around...almost like a pinafore. I adore the criss-cross on the back. It has great, roomy pockets too. Completely love it.

jenniferO said...

Beautiful!!! I want one!

Sherry said...

Love the apron! :D great job!

Anonymous said...

I really love that apron..My birthday is a few months away:}
Love all the pic's of the kids..and I Love you...
Love Mom

Frances said...

Absolutely beautiful! I love the length. :-D

HsKubes said...

Thank you, everyone, for your kind comments. They are a blessing!

~ Christina

Melody said...

It's beautiful! I don't remember seeing this in your previous posts - did you use a pattern (forgive me if you've already stated it!)? My everyday apron is very similar to that one, only it's made from an old jumper that no longer fit me. :O) After seeing this one, I might have to add a new apron to my sewing list....

HsKubes said...

Melody ~ The pattern I used was McCall's Easy Stitch 'n Save #M5358.
I did, however, alter it some.
Hope that helps. ;o)

~ Christina

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