what am i? some sort of apron saleswoman?

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Apparently so, at least for the day. My mother-in-law asked me to make aprons for a function she was hosting. They like to have a few locals selling handmade items during their luncheon. I was asked to do this back in January. When did I get started? Yesterday. As soon as my sister left, I headed upstairs to my studio (ehem, our bedroom) and pretty much sewed for most of the day. So today, I'll be sitting behind a table lined with a few aprons, knitting, watching happy women drink martinis for lunch! :)

A big THANK YOU for making my sister feel so welcome out in the blogosphere! She now thinks bloggers are the best too!

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21 comments

  1. that's a lot of sewing! i am sure you will sell them all.

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  2. Those aprons are lovely! And the fact that you sewed them in one day makes you Wonder Woman. You rock!

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  3. Wow, I am so impressed, you sewed all those pretty aprons in one day!

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  4. See, you need to start a business!

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  5. Those are so cute! I love the little, yellow short one. I so wish I could sew.

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  6. Wow, that's a big sewing project for one day! What a nice addition to the get together...

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  7. It just proves you can do anything even if time is limited! I admire your passion for sewing and helping.

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  8. They are perfectly lovely! Hope you enjoy your day - perhaps they may offer you a martini too (although it may not mix well with the knitting).

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  9. The aprons look great - I'm sure you'll sell out fast!

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  10. I was just admiring The Apron Book in B&N the other day wishing that I knew how to sew.

    The aprons are lovely! Have you ever considered an Etsy shop? I'm not in the business of telling people what to do but I'd bet you'd do great.

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  11. good luck with the aprons! what a beautiful group they are! i am guessing they will be an immediate sell out!

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  12. Wow! you sew fast! have fun!

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  13. Oooooo, I love the dots print one. All very cute! You are so talented.

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  14. Wow! Those are very cute. Happy sewing!

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  15. You are incredible, and you have made me want to learn to sew (again...)! Nice work!

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  16. Great aprons!!!

    You need to sell a few of those online!!!

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  17. Those are aprons are cute! I love them! I can't believe you did that all in one day. Amazing.

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  18. I love catching up with you, and now I can catch up with your sister too - such fun. Will you be in Columbus?
    Betsy @ cey.

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  19. Those are too cute! I totally dig the cherry pattern - totally vintage. They look awesome. I hope you sell them all!

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  20. Leslie - I HEART those cherry aprons! Have I ever mentioned I grew up on a cherry orchard? I still refer to it as "our place" when I talk about the farm. We have cherry everything around here, and those are adorable. You a so freakin' crafty!

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  21. Have you read the book, "The Apron Book." I heard the author, EllynAnne Geisel, speak this week. She brought a portion of her collection of vintage aprons.
    Loved your aprons.

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