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Friday, June 8, 2012

Vintage Aprons

You can never have too many aprons!! 
      For all you Mommies and Grammys....
           This applies to the children in your life, too!

This is a Toddler Size 3
I love making aprons for the little ones in my life!

I adore rickrack! It adds a sweet touch of charm.

A tiny pocket to hold treasures!

And, now...A little surprise!!!

You guessed it.....!

Yes, It's Reversible...
For a little one, I think two sides are better than one!

The sweetest little nursery rhyme print!

And, finally...I just have to share one of the child's aprons from my Vintage Apron Collection!
The vintage pattern I used for my child's apron project.

Well, that's about it for this weeks sewing projects. Now, it's time to pay some special attention to my laundry, housekeeping, gardening....and, especially, my darling husband, Mark.

Thank you for popping in, my dear blogging family and friends!
Carolynn xoxo

"This is the day that the Lord hath made; I will rejoice and be glad in it."    Psalm 118:24


Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

So cute! Love these fabrics and what you have done with them! Yep...aprons are just the cutest!
Have a great weekend :)

My Vintage Mending said...

I love this one. Can a little girl be cutter than donning an apron. I must get back to sewing an apron. So sweet. Have a wonderful weekend...smiles...Renee

Shirley Hatfield said...

Patty Playpal! I used to have one of cute to use her for a model for the cutest child's apron I have ever seen. Thanks for sharing and brightening my Saturday morning. =D

mimi'sdarlins said...

Carolynn, what a darling apron pattern, and I love that it's reversible! The prints are so perfect, and rickrack adds such an old-fashioned 'handmade' look to the 30's prints. Of course, you always put your own special touch on everything you make :)

vintage grey said...

So adorable Carolynn! Love the fabrics, and that it is reversible. Doesn't get any sweeter!! Have a great day! xo Heather

susan said...

oh so sweet carolyn. i wish my granddaughter would wear one

The Rustic Victorian said...

Hi Miz Caroline,
It's just cuter than christmas!!!! Genius to make it reversable. I can just see it on that cutiepie Stella.

Blessings in your week!

Paula said...

Dearest adopted momma, The apron you made is so darling! I love that it is reversible! You are an excellent seamstress! I love the verse you shared sweetheart. I hope you have a wonderful and blessed week! Much love to you! Your girlie~Paula xo

Vicky said...

I have to agree- the apron is adorable! But I'm also enamored with that doll- I have the exact same doll only with dark hair. I don't know a lot about her- do you know the history of yours?

Your work is just exquisite! Thank you for your kind words on my blog :) xoxo

Sandie said...

Carolynn, I just had a moment for a quick blog post and found all of your delightful comments. I have been super busy and hope to get back to regularly blogging this week! But, Oh My Word, I will certainly sleep well tonight with your sweet and encouraging comments sending me off to lullaby land! Looking forward to visiting your posts here also. Blessings from Alabama! Sandie

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Oh, I love aprons too, that is adorable and I love the fabric!


❀~Myrna~❀ said...

That is a very darling apron! I love aprons ,too!We have the same Wonderful Bible Verse on our posts today. :)

Dorthe said...

Carolyn, dear-I love this doll apron, and the fabric looking as if it was fron the fifties? suits her so wonderfully.Love the blue ricrac,also-
Have a beautiful week-

personalised aprons said...

I like the apron idea. The most important thing I like to have with me is one of our house phones. We have several phones and bases, but somehow they seem to migrate and are never where I am when I hear the ring. Yes, I know it's because we don't put them back on the base, but when we wander around while talking, we may not finish the conversation in the room where that base is and we often just set them down. I need a pocket which makes it impossible to accidentally hit the buttons. There's probably a techie solution to this