Monday, February 3, 2014

Heide's Apron of the Month

Isn't this an adorable apron?
It only takes one yard of fabric!
 
 
Have you discovered Apron History?
 
 
"I am just a creative, vintage crazy girl! I like to do things like they did in the "good old days"; sewing aprons, knitting sweaters, using vintage egg beaters, cooking from my 1930s cookbook.
Here you will find my newest find at the antique store, what I have been sewing, excerpts from my vintage cookbook collection and of course, APRONS!"    Heide
 
For those of you interested in aprons and patterns,
Heide has started a new monthly feature. . . .
"As I have mentioned before, my dream is to start offering apron patterns. So to dip my toes in so to speak, I have decided to put together one free apron pattern a month, either a pattern from around the web or a pdf pattern I have made!"
January was her first month to start this new adventure. . . .I'm a little behind presenting it to you, but I didn't want you to miss a free pattern! . . .And I wanted to let you know that each month, I'll provide a link and photo of her newest free pattern and sometimes tutorial at Our Old Country Store. . . .I've had a project like this in mind for many months, but Heide does it so well, I asked if I could link up with her. . . .
But, you'll want to follow her blog, too, if you love aprons and anything vintage. . ..She's recently renovated a 1930s home and is doing a wonderful job of decorating it with her many collections.
 
 
Apron History Free January Apron Pattern
 
See you there!
 
Watch for her February Free Apron link at
Our Old Country Store

or follow Heide at
Apron History
 
 
. . .from my farmhouse to yours. . .
 



10 comments:

Tanya Rachelle said...

Wonderful! I love love aprons!
~Tanya

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

I enjoyed this post. I love aprons. Thanks for the free pattern link. I should get busy sewing and make some...all of mine are worn out!
Pat

cynthia lee designs said...

I love aprons!! Have a few that friends have made for me and I've made a few for family members. I made my granddaughter and I matching aprons and when she out grew hers...we gave them to my niece and her little girl. Thanks for sharing the link to the apron pattern.
Hugs,
Cindy

Junkchiccottage said...

Gotta love a cute apron.
Kris

Maureen Wyatt said...

Thanks for a great link!

Old Time Cindy said...

Yes...some of us are addicted to aprons! ;)

Patti said...

My mama used to make loads of aprons and she loved rick-rack. Makes me miss her even more. Good memories!

Pam said...

I love aprons! As a matter of fact, I am getting to make one or two. I make them for my daughters and want to make one for my granddaughter. I have a ton pinned on Pinterest.
Pam
scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

Heide at ApronHistory said...

Thanks so much for sharing this Dru! I am so excited to hear all the wonderful comments!

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

You did a terrific job, it's beautiful! I also love aprons.

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