Psalm 19:14 Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O LORD, my strength, and my redeemer.
Pretty, pretty! Beautiful lighting in that picture, too. :o)
ooooooh I love this material. Very retro!Trixie
First, this photo is BEAUTIFUL!!! You really do a great job getting the lighting just right!!!! Second, I HOPE I know to whom that apron belongs!!! :)His,Mrs. U
Very nice. Do you know of any free apron patterns online? I would like to make myself one - but am plus sized and not sure if I will be able to find an applicable pattern.
Did you make this? Wow! What a great looking apron.
Tammy,I really LOVE this one! What a sweet friend ;-)I bet she will be thrilled!!Jenn
It looks very nice! You're so crafty. :DI've determined that I need/use the full-sized ones, because it's my tops that always get nailed with whatever goo I am preparing!!So I am blessed to have a chicken apron, an olives apron (for obvious personal reasons), and my favorite made by Carol N: a reversible dragonfly/frog in bright green and turquoise.
Kim, I do not know of free apron pattern online. The patterns from the sewing store come in multiple sizes, with the exception of some of the retro patterns. There are so many apron patterns to choose from.Rona, yes, I did make this!Anne, the aprons you have sound cute! It took me a minute to figure out why the olive one was so obvious. LOL
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