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
for us 'more mature' figures!

Pocket with quilted Grandmother's Flower Garden

Apron back

Hand made coordinating bias tape
Covered buttons to match!

Sweet Autumn colored cotton print!

Now in my Etsy Store!


Laura said...

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

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.


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... :-)


Life In a Little House said...

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