Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Sewing a Miss Clarice's Vintage Apron

Today I finished sewing up a sweet
vintage style apron from a pattern
I got from Linda over at
She tells a wonderful story
on her blog about how this apron
pattern came about. I was so
charmed, I just had to buy a pattern
and sew one up for my store!

Here is my version!

Full apron in size large-xlarge
(14-16)
for us 'more mature' figures!

Pocket with quilted Grandmother's Flower Garden
block.

Apron back


Hand made coordinating bias tape
&
Covered buttons to match!


Sweet Autumn colored cotton print!

Now in my Etsy Store!






6 comments:

Laura said...

Greetings from Maine!
Absolutely adorable! I love your homemade bias tape and covered buttons! Great job!
Blessings,
Laura

Christa said...

Hi Lady Farmer,
I love your apron. I saw this pattern on Linda's blog and thought about buying it. You picked out some lovely fabric to go along with your wonderful sewing skills. I hope you sell both aprons and get some custom order requests!!!
Your shop looks great.

Christa

Linda Stubbs said...

I am so tickled!!!!!!!!Beautiful everything!!!!! Love the quilted grandmother Flower Garden Block. You did such a lovely job!!!!!!! Cute cute cute! So fun to see one else's touches.

Lots of hugs and a job well done!

The Jersey Homesteader said...

You got to love it, well I do. That will have to go on my list of things to make.

a calm spirit said...

What a lovely apron! The fabric is just beautiful dear friend :)

I think I am going to order it and make one for myself... :-)

Maria

Life In a Little House said...

thats adorable!! Love it~ the details are so cute on the apron...~Love Heather