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Monday, November 3, 2014

Vintage Apron Gift for our Sponsor

Hello Everyone,

I completed the final gift that I wanted to make for our sponsor and my friend Natalie. She loves to cook and the color blue, so I decided to make her a vintage looking apron for when she is busy cooking in the kitchen. I didn't use a pattern. I just cut the fabric to size and hemmed the edges and got creative. I found the prettiest shade of blue with white polka dots at Joann's. I added a pocket on the right side of the apron, used a pretty ribbon so she can tie it around her waist and embroidered her name on the bottom.

I wanted to embellish the ribbon a little bit, so I used an heirloom stitch that was on my machine to pretty up the ribbon.

I then used a pretty script font to embroider her name. 

I am linking up with these wonderful parties, Remodelaholic, More the Merrier and TCB.

I am going to start another project today...stay tuned!!

Have a great day!!

4 comments:

  1. I love the embroidery.
    #Wakeupwednesday

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    1. Hi Claudia,
      I love it too. Its addicting. I just need to do more projects with it.
      Have a great day!!
      Alisha

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    1. Thank you Heidi! I love this shade of blue too. Its amazing how many times I use it to decorate in our home.
      Have a great day!!
      Alisha

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