Quilting, Farming, Variety

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

One Apron a Month? No Way!

I know, I know ~ there's only suppose to be one apron a month, but I just couldn't wait to share this one with you:

 
This is a child's apron, and what little girl doesn't like cats and the color purple!
 
Aprons made like this used to be called clothespin aprons because of the big pocket in front, but since most little girls don't see their mothers hanging clothes with pins anymore, why not use it for crayons, papers, small dolls, etc.  I've used this pattern several times; it's so easy to make, you'll probably see more later on in the year.
 
Charlotte

13 comments:

  1. Hi! That is such a cute little apron and sounds very useful for little girls! I love aprons but usually just use the ones to protect my clothes when cooking. Sometimes I forget to put one on and am sorry later! Would love if you would come visit me at my blog! Nancy

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  2. That is so cute. What little girl wouldn't love to have one of those. I remember my mom making one for me when I was about six. She said and I quote, Always wear it when making a mess.. I now know what kind of mess she meant..lol. Hope you are enjoying your week. Hugs, Susie

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  3. This is a sweet little apron. It looks like it's be fun for a little girl. You have such delightful aprons. :)

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  4. How wonderful! I love aprons too and enjoy making and wearing them. Just yesterday morning I was feeling a little out of sorts and then when I put on my pink apron with the cherries, my whole mood shifted! It always reminds me of my Dad's favorite cherry-chip cake. :) I wear an apron almost every day whether I am cooking in the kitchen or not. It is kind of my "homemaker's" uniform. They also really save my clothes. My favorite aprons are ones that my grandma made for my Mom and I when I was little, a matching pair. They were crocheted red and white. We loved to wear them when company came over. I have them all wrapped up in tissue paper and in my treasure box now. They have gotten very fragile over the years. I look forward to seeing your year of aprons, what a great idea. With Love, Delisa :)

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  5. A cute apron any little girl would love to have. You are so talented!

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  6. What a fun little apron. I need one in my size to hold all my stuff...pockets just aren't big enough these days.

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  7. Oh, this is so cute! You did a wonderful job with this one. I hope you have a nice weekend!

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  8. This is so vibrant and pretty! Just love it!

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  9. Adorable. I remember when my kids were little, two of my friends made them aprons. I still have them. They're so cute.

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  10. Such a cute apron. Love the cats! Great colors for a little girl.

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  11. Oh~ that is so cute and the colors/fabrics are perfect! Or should I say, purrfect! *hahaha* (That was REALLY corny...)

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