Quilting, Farming, Variety

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Another Apron

This apron was made in April (?).  Time is just passing me by it seems with so many appointments and early morning trips to the eye clinic.  The second surgery was done on the 7th and today the doctor said it looks great.  (The farmer says he probably tells everyone this. :)  All in all I think I've done well, but ~ it hasn't been a breeze!  I don't think I'm going to need glasses!

Thanks for all your concerns for me.
Charlotte

16 comments:

  1. It's beautiful!! Glad you are doing well!

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  2. I love the apron! So glad to hear the good news about your eyes. Time sure flies, doesn't it! The kittens are so cute. I never get tired of seeing kittens.

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  3. Wonderful news and I love the apron!

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  4. Congratulations on a successful second surgery. I'm so thankful your surgeries went well. I know you probably got frustrated during your time of healing, but now it's hopefully over and you'll be back to your perky self.
    Your apron is lovely.
    I hope you have a wonderful Summer.

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  5. Another great sewing project. The apron looks wonderful. I am so happy for you to be finished with the two eye surgeries; not having to wear glasses is the best of news. Take care now. You have so much craft time to look forward to.

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  6. That is such a pretty apron! I'm glad to hear you are doing well. It's great that you won't have to wear your glasses. I hope you have a nice weekend ahead.

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  7. This really is a pretty apron. Your bias binding is just prefect, of course! I am sure your eye surgeries haven't been a breeze, but I am imagining the hardest part may be your being housebound for so long.

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  8. so pleased this is over for you
    love this apron :)

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  9. I'm glad your surgeries are over and you have good results.
    This is a really pretty apron. With your improved vision, you can sew all you want 😍

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  10. Lovely apron! The fabric you chose it's really pretty.
    How great you are done with the surgeries & that all went well!

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  11. What a pretty apron! I hope your eye problem soon ends and that you will be able to see well!

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  12. Love the apron. I have one made from a 1940's pattern that I where when I'm canning. Good luck on the eye surgery.

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  13. The apron is cute as can be. What your farmer said to you, sounds like something I'd say. HAH!

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  14. Dr. Jeff always loved P1 day because everyone was always raving by then about how well they could see, almost immediately after the bandages came off.

    I remember wearing an apron similar to that when I was a girl at home. Mom had a bunch of different apron patterns she ordered from Capper's Weekly. Now, whenever I find an apron at a garage sale, or a pattern for one, I buy. I wear them sometimes, and they remind me of a bygone time when no one locked their doors, everyone left their keys in their car, and nothing bad happened. Yes, The World As I Knew It, is long gone....

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  15. So glad your surgeries are over, Charlotte! After mine, I could see tv and drive for the first time without glasses. But, also for the fist time, I needed them to read.

    xoxo

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