Saturday, January 14, 2012

The Latest Aprons Hot off the Press!

More Aprons! You cannot really tell the precious buttery yellow fabric with tiny blue dots all over. The reverse side is a buttery yellow/lavender plaid with a hint of green stitching shown above.

I love this watercolor batik red and black, Mother/Daughter set; it has distinctive stitching and black buttons. Mother's apron is reversible (same on both sides), and Daughter's apron is not.

This next one is a sage paisley pattern on one sied with vintage rose red flowery on the other. I gave you a close-up picture of the combination with the pocket showing.

You can see the softly scallopped edge of the feminizing statement in the picture below. Most of the latest aprons are this patternMore aprons are created almost every day because I just can't stop myself; they are so endearing and fun and flirty!

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Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

Could you make me a cute apron something red and black with the dishtowel sewn to it like what you had in your kitchen when we came to visit? I'd love a pattern wouldn't show spaghetti sauce if it got splattered on it ;) Let me know, OK?

Catherine said...

Jackie, tha pattern you are thinking of takes more fabric and more time, so it will probably cost more too. I'll work it up and tell you.

Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

That is OK. Just let me know :) Thank you!

Connie said...

Do you still have the sage paisley with vintage red rose flowers? I love that one... and would like to support your trip to the Phillipines.