Monday, June 21, 2010

Done!!!! Ready to mail!!!!!





Well here it is my very first reversable apron Hope she likes it!!!! It was fun making it and I cant wait to mail it tomorrow!!!! with all the cool goodies to tuck in!

16 comments:

  1. I LOVE IT!!! I so wish I were getting this one (I will say that about every single apron posted here!!). Super adorable!

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  2. Sew cute.. I love how it turned pot!!

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  3. Really cute! I think you should send it to your mommy! There is no Englebreit fabric in this town!
    Once again great job!

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  4. You did a great job--it looks wonderful! Reversible too! Lucky partner :)

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  5. E Bay is a gold mine!!!!!!! for fabric I got all mine one there and it was very affordable.

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  6. that is so adorable! love the trim you used and the ruffle! just beautiful

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  7. Oh that is too too cute..Hope it's mine!! I hope they are all mine! What talent! very pretty and I agree I don't know what I would do without ETSY and EBAY..

    Barb

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  8. Oh my gosh!!! How adorable! You can really see all the love and care you put into this. Fabulous!

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  9. I wish I would've found the sight just a little bit earlier so I could've been part of the swap!! Can't wait for the next one!!!
    Color me green!

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  10. It turned out absolutely fan-stinkin-tabulous!

    I love that blue cherry material.

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  11. Very cute and it's reversible - even better! I love two aprons in one!

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  12. I am *so* crossing my fingers that I'm your partner!

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  13. Okay everyone, I got my apron today and I am so pleased to say that Jo from Australia did a fabulous job on the very 4 tiered ruffled apron that she made for little old me!!! Cherries,ice cream sandwiches,and poke a dots.Just very very cute. I plan to wear it this week end at my mini high school BBQ that I am hosting at my home. My tuck ins were super cute...a tea pot pin cushion, a coffee mug,and a large handful of cherries that look so real I could eat them. She made homemade buttons that I will soon make a blouse to use the buttons on, some wrapping paper with cherries on it, and some fabric that I will use to make a hot pad or something like that!!! Just as soon as I can find someone to help me, I will post pictures for all to see...Thanks again Jo from Australia on the Southern side of the continent!! And half way around the world!!

    Jennifer, your swap partner

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Welcome Apronistas -- I appreciate your lovely comments!!