The first one up for grabs is in the style of the clothespin apron from the 1928 Simplified Sewing booklet. It's made from a Darlene Zimmerman 1930's reproduction print with a western theme. It's 100% pima cotton.
Here's a closeup of the print...
The other apron available is a modified version of the clothespin apron that I made for myself, and is made in vintage fabric. Even though the pocket is smaller it still holds plenty of clothespins if you should want to use it for that. And of course you don't have to use it just for clothespins.
Being vintage, this fabric is not as sturdy as new, so you might need to treat it a little more gently. There was a small hole which I covered with a handsewn patch [below]. It's not perfect, but hopefully useful to someone.
If you are interested, leave a comment or send me an e-mail and specify which apron, if you have a preference. If more than one person is interested in each, I will have a drawing for each apron next Friday so you all have a week to let me know.
Have a great weekend everyone!
I LOVE the vintage fabric apron with the patch!ReplyDelete
I would be more than happy to give one a home!They are both beautiful but I think my favourite would be the first one very yee-ha!ReplyDelete
Deb, your aprons are so cute! I like the green one with the horses and cabins.ReplyDelete
Ohhh- The first one is SO CUTE! Love it... I guess since you have more than 2 people interested now, you'll be doing the "drawing", so I'd love to be entered in it! Great blog!ReplyDelete
Jennifer R. in MS
awww noone wants the 2nd one? Well...just to be kind, I'd be happy to give it a home. heheReplyDelete
Your patch is incredibly accurate! (I'm not just trying to butter you up. lol)ReplyDelete
I would love to have my name in the hat for one...either is wonderful!ReplyDelete
What a sweet and generous offer!Both fabrics are wonderful, but I'm partial to the red one. Thank you for entering my name in the drawing!ReplyDelete
I would love either. They are wonderful.ReplyDelete
oops...mrstlc did say the one with the patch. sorry about that.ReplyDelete
If you would like to send one all the way to Norway.. I would me so happy! I think they are both beautiful, and I like your blog - I step by daily.ReplyDelete
I really like your vintage aprons! such lovely fabric too.ReplyDelete
I would love to enter my name in your drawing. Both of the aprons are adorable, I would be most happy with either one! Thanks for visiting my blog the other day, you were my first visitor!ReplyDelete
I would love either pattern! They are both adorable!ReplyDelete
I think both aprons are beautiful and you are so generous to give them away.The vintage fabric is just gorgeous,the softness of the old fabrics is wonderful isn't it, so friendly. I would be over the moon if I was lucky enough to win the draw.Judging from the other comments you have made lots of people very happy with your generosity.Thank you.ReplyDelete
Also thanks for your visit the other day, it's always nice to have visitors
I have so enjoyed your blog. Both of the aprons are wonderful and you are so sweet to have such a fun giveaway! I would be blessed to enter my name for the blue apron's drawing. Thank you!ReplyDelete
OOOO, I'd like either! I'm not much of a sewer and I haven't found any in the thrift stores around here.ReplyDelete
Olivia in OH
What a great and generous idea! I'd love to enter too! They're both lovely but I think the second one is more "me" so sign me up for the second apron please!ReplyDelete
I just found your blog today (6/21) although I see your name in comments around the blogosphere a bit. I noticed your name especially because I'm a Deb, too, and sometimes wondered if I'd already commented and didn't remember! LOL I just never came over until I saw your comment on Susan P's new blog. Anyway, looks like you have a neat blog to check out.ReplyDelete
If you don't mind a newcomer entering your apron contest, I'd love to be entered for the 2nd vintage one! Thanks!