8.05.2010

Tiny Aprons

3 days after my last post, I went to Oregon to work for my dad for three weeks. My dad is a farmer, and during harvest my uncle, aunt and dad work together to harvest their fields. It really works best to have four though, and my sister couldn't come down this summer so I went to help. My cousin helps out sometimes as well, and my cousin's wife makes dinner for those of us working in the field. This brings me to the point.

My cousin has three daughters, who really like my dad, and they were helping their mom cook dinner. They told their mom that they needed aprons to cook with, and so I ran in to JoAnns one morning before heading to the field and grabbed lots of pink, and made these.
I had to completely guess on the measurements, but they turned out pretty well and I do like them quite a lot. They are super simple shapes, reversible, and I did kidn of cheat by using premade bias tape instead of making my own. Start to finish I took about 1.5 hours, and that was only because the last one gave me some problems.

And thus summarizes my summer sewing. =)

3 comments:

Antoinette said...

When it comes to sewing, I don't think there's anything better than a quick project that makes the recipient happy. Well, better than that is three happy recipients! Well done, my dear.

雅王任 said...

人類的聰明,並非以經驗為依歸,而是以接受經驗的行程為依歸。..................................................

偉曹琬 said...

你的部落格很棒,我期待更新喔............................................................