Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Flour-sack aprons.

I'm not sure on the turn-out of the aprons, but I was having trouble coming up with ideas.
The first one, I added some fabric; she wants the bib-style.
She gave me a second flour-sack to use,  so I tried the basic.  There's not a lot of fabric, and the print isn't centered; so it's a bit of a challenge.
Let me know if you see one somewhere that is cute!
The kitty is VERY popular today, with all of the kids.
I was sewing and heard Andy coming down the hall saying "carry it!", and knew what I was going to see.

They say the kids holding & playing with them a lot is good, this kitty sure gets that! He seems to love all the attention.


Aimee said...

I like the aprons! So neat I would have never thought of that on my own!I like it when other people can be so creative!!

Bethaney said...

Cute aprons! I know Scott and Geri had a Lincoln cat that was dragged all over the place by loving toddlers. It was the nicest cat.

Shay said...

I think your aprons look great!

It's probably a good thing the cat is getting "socialised"...

Sue said...

I love the aprons. I did not know they still made flour sacks. I grew up with them and used them to dry dishes with.

What a cute kitty and seems to be adjusting to all the kids and being handled. That is really sweet.