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Everything Southern & So Cotton Pickin Cute

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Everything Is Coming Up Sunflowers - Well Aprons That Is - #6


Yes, you read right.  I said Sunflowers.  And no these are not.  These are daffodils.  I just thought I show you a couple of photos from the ones I took in my yard a few weeks ago.  Sadly they are gone now.  How do you like the dollar weeds in the back ground?  I'm very proficient at growing these.  Hee-hee.


What a beautiful Spring reminder of Gods renewal in life.  A much needed reminder that in life this too shall pass.  Just as the dreary winter passes and the Lord blesses us with a bright new spring.











 Are ya'll sick of aprons yet?  I've still got a few more left to show so here's one for today. 

Our humane society gets in some great fabrics at times and I bought 3 rubber-band bunches of this sunflower fabric and barely squeezed this apron out.  I did use a Simplicity pattern for this one.  And what a booger it was.  Whew and I actually know how to read patterns or at least thought I did.  I must have stayed away too long.  But now that I've made one I might (BIG MIGHT) try it again.  It's a retro 1940's style.  It actually looks like a dress but you might wanna wear panties and shorts, unless you love that hospital gown look.  LOL.


I found the green fabric in my stash.

I had some vintage ric-rak for the pockets and just bought some more for the top. Above you'll see the front and below you'll see the back.  What you can't see is the curved hem.  It's cute and you are sure to stay clean in the kitchen with this own.  It reminds me of a housewife pickin' vegetables in the garden.  I have such a runaway imagination.
Don't worry my apron phase won't last forever and I'll move on to something else.
All the hugs, sunflowers and daffodils I can give you via blogland.....Tracy :)


13 comments:

  1. Hi Tracey
    Hope once classes ease up I can finally learn how to use my new machine, I am so craving to sew away! Stop by Giveaway started today!! later sweetie, Lori

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  2. Tracy you are just so funny! Sweetie, I'm so so glad you're feeling better and have been doing something so cute and fun to help with all that's going on in your family. I know that it's good to have something "positive" and fun to help keep us from going bananas! I admire you for your wonderful attitude and spirit. God is graciously anointing you thru this time, I know it.
    I LOVE all your darling aprons and have enjoyed seeing them all so I don't think any of us are tired of them one little bit!!
    Now, you take good care of yourself, I love you dear girl, you are a real blessing, call anytime, OK?
    Debra

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  3. Girl you are on a roll with these aprons and each one of them is just adorable! WOW! I envy you with your skills. Love the sunflower one! My MIL is a Sunflower addict! I will have to show her this picture. Be blessed. Cindy

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  4. Hi Tracy...great pics, love the sunflowers! It looks way over my head, as far as sewing it! thanks for visiting my blog too :)
    Kath

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  5. My word girl, you have been busy!!! Wow! I take one little weekend off, then you are a posting maniac! Love all the aprons you have been making. I thought the blue with the sailboats was my favorite, but then I saw the pink one! My! That is cotton pickin' cute! Then, exactly how many giveaways did you win??? I am so happy for you! I do also love that sunflower apron too! I have one that is a similar style, and I love to wear it for a day in the kitchen. It makes me feel domestic. Even if I am not. Okay, now I have to go actually read and catch up with you. All the giveaways made me a little giddy...

    Have a wonderful week! Glad your MIL is doing better. Hope the dr appt goes well today!
    Kate

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  6. Hi Tracy!
    No silly, I'm not the least bit sick at looking at your beautiful aprons!

    Thank you so much for your comments on my last post, I really do value your feedback!

    Have a wonderful week!
    Anne

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  7. Hello Tracy ~I've truly missed my visits, but little by little I'm catching up.
    Although last month was difficult with our loses a new month has brought new hope.
    I poured myself a cup of tea and read a spell...Look like you're already taking advantage of enjoying the elements of spring. This is such a sunny apron.
    I'm so excited to see spring blooms popping up. I look forward to applying the inspirational palette of colors into a few projects for decorating and gifts, with a little cooking in between.
    Don't you love the aroma that fills the air during this season?
    It's definitely invigorating.

    Sweet wishes,
    Sara

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  8. You did a lovely job with the sunflower apron...beautiful work. Hugs - Julie

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  9. ~*~*~*cute~*~*~* love this happy apron!

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  10. Such a pretty sunflower apron!

    Thanks for commenting on my post and Happy Birthday to you! I hope you get every thing you want and more!

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  11. I love the sunflower apron! It is so pretty!

    Thanks for the comments on my post.

    Happy almost Birthday! I hope you get everything you want and more!

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  12. I just wanted to stop by and say thank you for all of your support...and I'm so thrilled to see you so happy! I love all of your aprons, I haven't been surfing around much,taking too many and too long of naps! LOL! Trying to get back on track and I'm so happy to see every thing coming up roses (or sunflowers that is) over here in your little land! Be well my sweet, thanks for all the love! XO Keke

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