>Made to order.. An apron a day

>OK, I promised to post what apron you could win. I decided to sort of let you pick which. Below is a list of the aprons I am willing to reproduce for the lucky winner. These will not be the originals that I posted that belonged to GGH, but ones I make from the patterns that I pulled.

DAY 1, DAY2, DAY3, DAY 4, day 5 not doing because of my hand, DAY 6, day 7 not doing because of my hand, DAY 8, DAY 9, DAY 10, DAY11, DAY12, DAY13, DAY 14, DAY 15, DAY 16, DAY 17, DAY 18, DAY 19, DAY 20, DAY21, DAY22, DAY23, DAY2 4, DAY 25, day 26 not doing because of my hand, DAY 27, DAY 28, DAY 29, DAY 30

If a day reads “not doing because of my hand,” that means I am not giving you the choice of that day. Aprons with embroidery I can either draw the pattern on for you and let you embroider or leave blank so you can add whatever pattern of embroidery you want to your apron, or use a patterned fabric so embroidery wouldn’t be needed.

None of you have seen this, but my wrist has been in a bandage for almost two weeks; that is why I have only been posting aprons. I can’t do much at the moment with my right hand without pain; because I am right handed, this is a problem. So I hope it is OK that I don’t embroider or do chicken scratch or smocking. If it has machine embroidery, as one hostess apron did, that will just be ignored completely because I don’t own a machine that can do that; wish I did.

Remember when making your choice it is the shape and style of pattern you are picking. I am not making plastic aprons; I will use cotton cloth for those. So find your favorite style. If an apron was the pin-on style and you want apron straps around the neck, I will gladly add them to make it more useful to you. Because these are not exact reproductions ,I may make some modifications to the straps and such to make them fit better. Also, remember some are children’s aprons so they won’t fit a normal-size adult; if you are supper petite, they may.

Also realize they only come in the size of the original pattern. GGH was not a large woman, so please keep that in mind when picking an apron. Tie around the waist will work better for a larger person than the over-the-heads.

There is less than a day and a half left to enter the drawing; the link is on the side bar. Have fun!


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Curupisa
    Jul 18, 2008 @ 22:49:00

    >I’m sorry to read that you’re in pain. I hope you get well soon. Thanks.


  2. annemarie
    Jul 19, 2008 @ 05:26:00

    >I say a little prayer that your wrist will soon heal. I am sorry that you have to endure this misery.


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