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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Aprons, aprons, aprons!

A few weeks ago, we made these adorable pillows in a class at Pieceful Quilting.  Our teacher, Colleen, came up with the design while she was shopping for a dress!  How smart is that?  It requires 2 inch strips and I had this jelly roll with Halloween fabrics, so I made it for Halloween.  My daughter loved it, so she will get to keep it now that Halloween is over.

 Just look at that great fabric!!  I love it.
I made quite a few aprons this fall.  This is a 50s pattern I got while in Washington state last summer.  A little more complicated than usual, but still pretty easy.  I made this for my friend Kathy who always does so much for my family and is very generous with her Vermont condo!!
The pocket is a flower!!  So very cute (and it was easy).

Same pattern, different fabric!  Don't you just love the jello?  I have this one hanging in my mud room with the other aprons.  I still want to make one more before I move onto another pattern style.  Maybe next week.
I made this at a class a few weeks ago.  It is a super easy pattern.  Evelyn picked out the fabric so I made it for her.  It just looks too cute on her.
 Don't you love the fabric?  I cannot believe Evelyn chose this instead of something more modern!  It made me so happy!
This is a cranberry cherry pie!! It was fun and easy to make.  I just had to make it look like a jack-o-lantern!!  It was gone in one night!


Colleen said...

Sheryl ~ all your aprons are so adorable. I love the flower pockets. And, of course, you know how much I love that Thanksgiving fabric and the apron came out great (no pocket ~ good idea)! The pillow is so cute too!

sandy quilts said...

Love everything! My fav is the Thanksgiving fabric. And the Halloween pillow. And the

Susan said...

The pie looks yummy, though I never thought of combining the two fruits. I love the pillows. I may have to make some from some fabrics I don't know how else to use.