Monday, August 8, 2011 G'ville Farmers' Market!

I made aprons while I visited my Little Mither in B'ham. Below is one I made from a tiny set of kitchen window curtains purchased at the Goodwill in Vancouver. My friend Margaret was selling garlic at the Farmers' Market near my booth. She 'HAD' to have this one. It is/was my favorite, and I didn't expect it to really sell. It went first!The aqua/brown one below went next, my second favorite.

Below are the Little Sister aprons I had for sale too.

Big Sister/Little Sister aprons...and some of my favorites.

There are still some left. I sold 3 ladies' aprons and one child's.

I have some vintage table cloths in my stash, so I'll leave you now and get started on more aprons out of that fabric. It should be very delightful to create/view what's next!


Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

Congrats on the apron sales! That is great :) Hope you sell many more!

MimiTabby said...

hey neato, nothing makes an artist feel validated better than selling their artwork! congrats! those are nice aprons.

Stacie, A Firefighter's Wife said...

Your aprons are darling!!! I am wearing my red and white one right now. It is my favorite!

Chelle said...

I love vintage tablecloths....have been collecting them for years. Congrats on the sales, and welcome home!!