Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Apron Inspiration


As I work my way through the office boxes and find that it is true that a teacher can never have too many books, I acknowledge that it is also true that a domestic artist can never have too many dishes, too many vintage linens, too much chocolate or too many aprons. Here is some apron inspiration from Stitch Thru Time. These are images from their online catalog.




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10 comments:

  1. Eye candy, sweet! I'm in love....I also love your new background!

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  2. Oh my those are so adorable....

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  3. I just love the aprons but that little cupboard with those cute little cans on the top... Sweet!

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  4. Hi Kelly! So happy to hear from you! Such inspiration to be found here! I WILL be making a red gingham apron, and I WILL be making some crocheted pillows that are also on your to do list! They are such wonderful projects. You have such a lovely eye for style, and I am always in desperate need of help in this area! I hope you are having a good start to your New Year and enjoyed your school holidays! Elizabeth

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  5. (Moan) APRON PORN!

    I had links to some fav etsy aprons on my Christmas list. You'd think that with 3 grown children, 6 grands, and a husband, I'd have gotten at least one. Zip. Nada. Zilch. Nil. Naught. I even mentioned several times that a beloved gran can never have too many aprons. Sheesh, what do I have to do, MAKE ONE MYSELF???!!!

    Cathy

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  6. I love every single one of them...and wouldn't mind every single one of them...Mica

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  7. I'm in apron love! So cute. I also love your sidebars in blue red and pink. Really nice!

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  8. Wearing of the aprons is getting to be a little more popular. Years ago, you would not be caught in the kitchen without one. I love all these red ones.

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  9. Love those sweet red aprons! Also like " Domestic Artist" . I hope to be that after I retire...

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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