Saturday, March 31, 2012

A is for Apron

A to Z Badge 2012 (1)

These are some of my aprons that have ended up being one of those ‘accidental’ collections.  Remember the back-in-the-day aprons made from terry dishtowels?  The white chiffon is a vintage wedding hostess apron.  There is a cute wedding bell on the heart-shaped pocket.  On the right is a very unique and very old apron that belonged to my husband’s grandmother.  It shows an embroidered woman with a swinging skirt.


This pic is a repost for the sake of new bloggers.  Another of Grandma’s aprons, I love the turquoise-embroidered chiffon.  The old rake head was a curb shopping find, perfectly chippy red.  And, yes, those are old blue faucet handles!  The utensils were found on Ebay.


This is a cute, thrifted, pale yellow cotton eyelet apron with a heart-shaped pocket and scallops.  A perfect ‘between-houses’ window covering.


Thanks for stopping by!  Click on the link on my sidebar for more info on the A to Z April Challenge.  Come on back tomorrow for the letter ‘B’ (buttons and burlap).

I’m also doing the A-Z Challenge on my family blog, It’s All Good!.

God bless,



  1. I love the creative ways you use aprons! (I'm also very fond of that red-handled rolling pin.) Can't wait for the buttons and burlap post.

    Kern (#876)

  2. your aprons are so pretty & i love the curtain idea! do they still sell those?


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