Tuesday, August 24, 2010

CELEBRATEING REDNESDAY WITH A VINTAGE CHERRY APRON

I'm celerating Rednesday with the Sue Loves Cherries Blog This apron is perfect, it's red and features cherries! Thanks for the opportunity!

I can never pass up a pretty vintage apron. Probably because my first sewing project was a green and check apron in 4-H club. I was still in grade school, but so proud of it. There were pockets at the bottom like a work apron. I wish I still had it. This one is in great condition, and very cheery! Almost too pretty to cook in. More appropriate for a hostess to wear after working over a hot oven all day and wants to make a great impression on her guests! Sheer white with fabric trim with bright, colorful cherries. And the rick rack trim is an added bonus. More information can be found in my Antiques Galore Gal etsy shop.



Here is another apron, this one more suited to cooking and not just being pretty.

It also has rick rack trim!

More information in my Antiques Galore Gal etsy shop.

11 comments:

  1. Ooooh!! Love them! Especially the cherry one!!

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  2. lovely! i really like the cherry one too!

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  3. Yep, I'm lovin' that apron!! Very cute.
    Fondly,
    Ann
    @
    The Tattered Tassel

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  4. The cherry apron is absolutely great. I can't seem to pass up aprons either-they are addicting!

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  5. that is just perfect for Rednesday! I remember sewing an apron on my mom's old machine. Don't think I sewn anything since-- must've left a bad impression. ;o)

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  6. Oh! I love both of those, so charming!

    Happy Rednesday,
    Sally

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  7. That cherry apron is awesome, TFS, Nan

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  8. Love them both but the cherry one is so adorable!

    Happy Rednesday!

    LOLA:)
    btw My Rednesday post: “Can you give me directions?” Do stop by!

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  9. I love the Cherry Apron !
    Blessings,
    ~Myrna

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  10. "Vintage is my life"...ha!...that's funny. I tell people that I'm a serial collector. Vintage stuff ROCKS.


    tootles,
    bunny

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