Thursday, July 21, 2011

Kiss The Cook!!

Everyone knows somebody who is a messy cook.  So why not make them an apron to help them with their chore?  I know I could use one of each.  Whether you like a full or half apron, we have an apron that will fit your needs.

 This full apron is a simple project for any Intermediate seamstress.  Ric Rac embellishments make this apron extra cute.  Pockets flank each side of the apron, ready to hold most anything.  Finishing off with a cute bow to tie in the back. You can also make coordinating hot pads to make this an extra special gift for birthday's or Christmas.

I do have to say this apron is my favorite (it is after all my own creation, how can I not love it?)  Not everyone likes to wear a whole apron. So. . . we came up with this half apron.  This apron has one pocket on the side and a handy dandy towel to wipe your hands off while you are cooking.  How fancy is that?  Pretty cool, huh? What a fun apron to sport around.  Perfect for anyone.

Can you believe that summer is almost over??  We can hardly believe it either. Soon you will be buying school supplies for your kids and we know that most likely a back pack will be on that list.  Our summer students have been making "Meg's Mixed Up Bag". We offer it in two different sizes. Why not make one for yourself for those trips to the library?  This bag has everything. . .outside water bottle pocket and three inside pockets.  Enough space to pack everything you will need.  As a finishing touch, you can embroider your name. Such a fun bag.

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