Thursday, June 7, 2007

Here's the missing photo


This photo is supposed to be with the post below.... who knows what happens in cyberspace.
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9 comments:

Erika said...

Sherrie,
Those aprons are SO CUTE!! I seriously want to buy some from you.

heidi said...

dang... those are super cute... great fabric choices..
i want one, but i don't have any holidays coming that would necessitate a present. maybe you could just give me one for being such a good daughter!
hks

Kage said...

I AM LOVE LOVE LOVING THESE! It's time to go into busines! Have you shopped these at area boutiques? how about opening an online set up at: Etsee? Or something like that...I don't know the name, but it's a place were you can sell your handmade stuff? I will try to find out...

shekinahhvac said...

oooh, too cute. love them.
blessings

Kage said...

found it: www.etsy.com

Laura said...

I read Heidi's blog, and Kristy's blog. Anyway I saw the apron on Kristy's blog and I would love to buy some? Are you going to sell any? If so how many? I think you live near me because one of my very close friends said she grew up across the street from Heidi (The York's)_. Small world, huh? Anyway, let me know you can post on my blog.

Bobbi Jo said...

The aprons are so pretty! Do you sell them. I love the one with the pink flowers. If you do please post it. They are so great!

PrincessPig said...

These aprons are darling! You really should sell them. Your picture inspired me to create one of my own. Did you use a pattern? Where did you find such cute fabrics?

gramakas said...

Thanks to everyone that has left such kind comments about these fun aprons! No, I'm not making them to sell... sorry, but I don't think I could keep up with the orders and then it wouldn't be fun anymore. but here is the info from the pattern I used. It is called Bon Appetit Apron and these two websites are on the back on the package: www.indygojunctioninc.com and www.thevintageworkshop.com I hope that helps. I have found lots of fun, interesting fabrics just in my local quilting fabric supply stores -- in other words, you could find some great fabric anywhere you live. Have fun.