I have used lots of my granddaughters for models for my aprons, but when I went to Chicago for the blessing of our newest grandson, I had to get some pics of the Illinois kids, too. The little boy is Ben, he will be 7 in September. He is modeling 2 of the boy aprons I have made. His sassy sister, Olivia, is almost 4 and wearing the 3 little girl ones. I should have gotten some of the new baby (Will, 2 months) with the bibs on, but I totally spaced it. I had to include his picture, too.
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
This weekend I was invited to do a fund raiser for 2nd Harvest, one of our local food banks. They asked us to decorate a chair to be auctioned off at the event. I will also have a booth there, selling my aprons and bibs. Should be a lot of fun. I thought I would share my chair with you. Of course, it had to be fabric and ruffled, because that's what I do best! I'll let you know how I do on the auction.
I thought I would share a couple of pictures of 3 of the aprons I have made from the vintage finds I got at that yardsale that I wrote about a few weeks back. ( http://www.kitchenclothesline.com/2010/04/happy-anniversary-to-me.html) The pink fabric with blue print is my favorite. I got an adult apron and a girl's large apron (about a size 10) and I still have a little left. Since my kids got me a bias tape maker for Christmas last year, I have gone crazy trimming things out with it. Don't you just love the yellow around the brown!