Little Aprons for Little People
Oh I can't believe I've done only 1 post for the most inspiring month of the year!?!? I have to admit, it's all delightful... ya know the things that have been taking up the most time. And tonight... well.... you guessed it, I wanted to play catch up and share what's been going on... These adorable aprons have been selling out in my Etsy shop! Hooray!! Question for you all.... How many of you would be interested in a sewing pattern? For example, I create all my pieces by hand without…
Интересные модели и простые выкройки-3
Что же из этого следует? Следует жить,шить сарафаны и легкие платья из ситца. Вы полагаете, все это будет носиться? Я полагаю,что все это следует шить. Предлагаю еще одну подборку - на этот раз
Free Pattern, Tutorial and Sewing Video – Cross back apron for adult and kids – Japanese Sewing, Pattern, Craft Books and Fabrics
The final post fo Back to School sewing month, as promised, will be a free sewing tutorial + patterns + video. The project I have chosen is a cross back apron
1960's and 1970's Japanese aprons
One of the responses to working and being inspired by the garden is to make aprons for gathering actions - as seen in some of the preserving party pics and along the way. Here's some of my favourite examples of vintage aprons from the Kamakura-Shobo Publishing Co. Pattern Drafting books Vol. 1, 2, and 3, published in 1967, 1970 and 1972. My nanna brought Vol. 2 back from Japan around that time, and I always poured over it when I was young :o)
Дорогие мастера! Собрала много разных выкроек в интернете. Решила поделиться с вами, тут много всего интересного. Если и у вас в запасниках есть выкройки каких-нибудь интересных изделий, пожалуйста, поделитесь здесь, пополните мою коллекцию. Выкройки буду размещать в комментариях, поэтому они будут появляться с паузами.
The Village Quilter, Mt. Holly, New Jersey Quilt Shop
The Village Quilter, Mt. Holly, NJ is one of New Jersey's finest quilt shops, offering quality fabrics, quilting supplies, classes and more!
1920s Style Aprons
The past week I have been experimenting with aprons again, the pattern inspired by the aprons in my 1920s Herrschner's catalogs. I used this same pattern for my Valentine apron, but this time I am changing it up a little by using vintage linens and adding embroidered details. To make them hang bette
Something to do with those old linens
I recently found these old embroidered dresser scarves at a thrift store. For $2 I couldn't pass them up, although I had no idea what to ...
How to make altered vintage aprons
Today we are going all granny chic… Although my inspiration for apron wearing comes from my grandmother, I’m pretty sure her aprons never looked anything like mine. My nan’s aprons were more the basic gingham variety with maybe a little simple pocket embroidery. Aprons of that era were generally your everyday half apron, pinafore or full apron. I like all of those aprons too… but that’s were the similarities stop. I like to embellish them with fun altered details… sort of a salute to that…
Pretty aprons for women and the memories they hold
I have a true love for pretty aprons for women! I make them, buy them, and seek them out where ever I go. From kitchen, farm, and garden.