Thursday, August 23, 2007


Yes, I am silly enough to put up a clothesline every time I want to take a picture. Our house and garage have the nicest clothesline holders I've seen, but not exactly in a spot that I want to leave up a permanent clothesline. The clothesline that I happen to have only has about three or four extra inches beyond the span of the house and garage, and still, the little clamps hold up the line very nicely, see:

(Yuck, ignore the dirty house! LOL)


Mrs. B
asked me to make her two aprons. She chose the fabric from Hancock's of Paducah, and I made them for her. (I might add that this was the first time I had ordered from Hancock's of Paducah, and I was very impressed with the fabric selection they have, as well as their fast shipping!)

I just love the fabric she chose!

If you would be interested in an item I make, and would like to customize it as Mrs. B has done, please send me an e-mail, and we can work the details out!


Mrs. C said...

The aprons are just beautiful! I'll definitely be placing an order one of these days, Lord willing. :)

Mrs. C

Mrs.B said...

Oh Tammy they look great! I'm so excited! I just love the fabric too! (o:

Anonymous said...

hee hee hee!!! ho ho ho!!! ha ha ha!!! You are to funny!!! LOL!

Heather K said...

those are such pretty aprons... almost too pretty to wear in the kitchen! I think I'd be worried about staining them with tomato sauce or something!!!
great job!

Gena said...

I came to see you from Mrs. B's blog. Those aprons are gorgeous! I also love Hancock's of Paducah. I have just one fabric store near me and being able to order beautiful fabric is a tremendous blessing.

Mishel said...

Love the aprons Tammy!! You did a beautiful job!

Jodi said...

Tammy ~ I've been meaning to let you know what a great job you did on these aprons! They look beautiful!

Nan said...

Those are so cute!

Nan said...

Oh and okay... I just went to your Etsy shop and I WANT one of your jelly bean bags!! Those are so freakin' cute! I need a change purse!

I wonder how hard it is to make the kind with the metal snap together tops like my Mom used to have. I love that old look.