Monday, July 18, 2011

My virtual apron pattern collection

I really got into aprons a couple of years ago. Part of that was that I got to know the agent for Ellynanne Geisel, the author of The Apron Book and we started talking about using Squidoo to promote books.

Nothing much came of that conversation other than all the lenses I made about Geisel and her book. Except that, I got fascinated by the wide variety of aprons out there. Not to mention (since I sew), all the apron patterns available for making really cute modern and retro style aprons. The options are really endless as I'm always finding new ones. One of my favorites is the designer pattern here from Lila Tueller. (It's called Funked Out, which probably explains why I like it so much. :-)

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1 comment:

MiMi said...

Used to think grandma's aprons were so old fashioned. Wishing someone had saved some of them.