Wednesday, November 9, 2011

WIP Wednesday

I am linking up today to the Needle and Thread Network   , if you have never checked it out I would suggest you do as there is lots of talent linking up here .
 So what do I have to report for this week , well a few things ,First off I have finished the hand quilting on the Row by Row quilt , it still needs to be bound but that will have to wait just a bit. I have been busy making a few things for a sale this weekend. My friend Sharon asked me to take part in a house sale along with another friend of hers ,this is my first time doing this so not quite sure what to expect or even what to bring . I have made a couple of aprons ,one I already showed and one I just finished and a third one is in the works .
This one is complete , some pretty reproduction prints ,really love these fabrics , they remind me of my aunt.
Then this Christmas one is almost complete ,it is referred to as a one hour apron , well maybe for some people :-0
I made this same pattern way back in the spring and it is a cute but simple pattern which can be found here .The pattern doesn't call for a pocket but I think an apron needs a pocket so I added one.
 I have a meeting in a little while so not much more sewing will get done this afternoon , I should be able to finish this off before I head out though. Thanks for stopping by and be sure to head on over to the Needle and Thread network , you won't be disappointed. hugs Sheila

 ps. check out the cute snowman you can win here  ,I'm sure when you see it you will want to win , oh dear I just ruined my chances ;-)

11 comments:

  1. Thanks Sheila;I do like it better now since adding the white to it...and I love your aprons...so crisp and fresh

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  2. Great aprons ... I think the one comes after you have made a few, and then only if no one bugs you while you are working
    hope your sale goes well

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  3. I love aprons with bibs! I wear them all the time (I am a mess in the kitchen, even get soaked doing dishes!) I have one I made and one bbq apron of my husband's. I should make more. There are such pretty patterns these days!
    : )
    ~Monika

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  4. Beautiful aprons, Sheila! I love both of them. Love the fabrics in both. What a great idea adding the pocket. I know I sure love pockets in my aprons!

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  5. The aprons are lovely. I agree - an apron needs a pocket. :) Hugs,

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  6. the aprons are lovely... and yes, I agree pockets are necessary with aprons....
    Hugz

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  7. What a neat shape! They look very nice.

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  8. I especially like the first apron, good luck with the sale!

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  9. Good luck with the sale. I'm sure they will love the aprons! They are perfect.

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  10. Sheila your aprons are lovely... I have these on my Christmas list for my mum...

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