Sunday, January 29, 2012

Birthday

My beautiful daughter and very dear friend turned a year older this last week. I have decided not to reveal her age as I think that is a personal thing and lets face it. This is a time to be discreet, don't you think? She is a woman of many talents, a collector of vintage aprons, Christmas ornaments, china, vintage linens and more. So, when thinking of a wonderful gift, one thing came to mind at once. Why not another apron? I found this Kwik-Sew pattern and knew right away I would make this for her. I have to say it was easy to make with really good directions. I think she loves it, I know I do

Now my story is far from over. This pattern also included a pattern for a child apron. Bingo! Kelly has a sweet little granddaughter known as LucyLu. I have spoken of her before. She is the whiz at opening packages. She will sit in her high-chair in Nana's kitchen for a very long time supervising the construction of yummy cup cakes. So an apron of her own seemed a very good choice. They were so cute together! If you want to see the real deal, just click on the cute cup cake in the left hand column and find yourself in in Undeniably Domestic. You will not be sorry you looked. I hope to hear from you soon, Nadine

5 comments:

Quilter Jones said...

Nadine, the aprons are so cute! I have enjoyed your recent posts - the Aunty Green quilt is stunning. I think I told you I met Linda Collins in Houston - she is also supposed to be doing one. Haven't heard how she is progressing. My love to all of your family@
Mary Ann

elizabeth said...

What a cute apron!!!! I know your "girls" loved them!

Kathy said...

I love the aprons Nadine, so cute.Why did I not inherit your talent? Love you. Kathy

Purple Pam said...

Darling aprons. I am sure they were a cute couple with their matching aprons.

susanm said...

Wow that is such cute fabric and good use of it.