Monday, May 5, 2008

for my hypothetically challenged readers

OK, you simpletons. Regarding my last post, I was talking about Witchie Poo, (my ex-husband's girlfriend). Translation: "What kind of person (WP) would stop by the lemonade stand of your boyfriend's (Eric) 7 yr. old daughter (Anna) and take lemonade but not pay for it? While that child's own mother (ME) paid $3 for two small cups?" Get it? Forgive my attempt at subtlety; I promise never to make that mistake again.

Ahem. Moving on. Here! Look at some pretty aprons I whipped up this weekend! That shouldn't hurt your brains too much. :)


I found the butterfly fabric (bottom photo) and fell in love with it but didn't know what to do with it, but it's perfect for a kitschy little apron, no? The plan is to give these to two of my dear friends when we all get together this weekend for Mothers' Day...but I loooove them both so much (the aprons. Although I love my friends too) that I'm not sure I can part with them.

What? I'm a mother too!

7 comments:

Dee said...

Those are beautiful ! And very creative ! When I made aprons, I just took a pretty piece of material, hemmed it, put on a pocket, the tie and I was done. You made works of art ! The girls will love them. WOW

Dee said...

Oh, yeah, and I resent that we's
"challenged". I done got it soon as ya 'splained.

jpogue said...

Yes, I do much better with visual aids. Nice! I was however, hoping to see ANOTHER apron that I think you might have hanging around. hmmmmmmmmmm...

Robyn said...

I say keep 'em. Oh, and thanks for straightening out that last post... not that I was confused or anything! I am WAY too smart for that...

Linda, aka "Lala" said...

The aprons are adorable! And I "got" your previous post immediatly. But I kinda think like you. Oh Gob! Did I just say that????

MP said...

Too cute...

I tend to just use my pants..isn't that bad...

the tumtum tree said...

I love love love the fabric that you use together. The patterns really pop especially with the white rickrack. Do you buy your fabric online or at a store?