Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Two Aprons-New and Vintage

    I finally finished this apron during the summer. I think I started it LAST summer!
 I think it is such a feminine and flirty pattern.
 This sweet vintage apron was a gift from my sweet SIL. She gave it to me after the first week of school.
 I love the color and print of the fabric.
   I'm starting to catch up a bit at school. Things have been extra busy at home. My bottle tree fell. We made a concrete base for it to replace the wooden stand.
   Our garage/egg/drink fridge went out. That meant fridge shopping and swapping. We moved the kitchen fridge that is 13 years old into the garage and put a new fridge in the kitchen.
   My son is also attending his first homecoming dance. This has meant shopping for some dress clothes. I am also making my first Homecoming Mum. According to information on the internet, this is a tradition that is observed in the states of Texas and Oklahoma. Hopefully, I will manage to take photos and share!


  1. The aprons are adorable. I especially like the one you made. You are very talented.

    I have always wanted a bottle tree. Since nothing is blooming with this heat, I thought it would add some color to the yard.

  2. I love aprons! You hit the nail on the head with the one you made...feminine and flirty...cute, cute, cute!

  3. You should be proud of that apron. It's beautiful.

    Sounds busy. We have a fridge we need to pick up at hubby's mom to replace the one that went out

  4. Hi Lorilee! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and leaving me a sweet comment! That apron is PERFECT in every way-love love! Growing up in TX I can attest to the fact that mums are a BIG BIG deal! I remember my date spending ridiculous amounts of money on mine, you are smart to make one! Good luck!

  5. Sorry it's me from Love Sweet Love (just in case you don't recognize me by Angela :)) I'm just not signed into my account right now-oops!

  6. Super cute! Love them both. Makes me want to shine some floors and bake a pie in heels! :)


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