Saturday, January 31, 2009

Catch Up on Aprons

I've been meaning to post these pictures for a long time now. There's no time like now, when I'm procrastintaing a Sunday School lesson, a minor field statement, making more aprons, cleaning, you name it...This is for sweet Lindi... I loved the bright flowers and big, bold print!


Julie--what can I say--the most exciting Visiting Teaching companion I've had in YEARS... with new baby Bronco and all. It's like a smock. This is the back and front. I hear this apron has become a great feeding cover!





























This was for my mom for her birthday. I love the bold print.


I made matching aprons for my sister Lisa and my two nieces: Sierra and Savannah.

When I was at home for Christmas, I delved through Mom's crazy fabric stash to make aprons for GranNomi and Aunt Nita. I also made one for Barbara the Favorite, but I forgot to take a picture. It was a really cool teal blue-ish color. I LOVE picking out colors and patterns that I think my recipients will like.

For a gift card exchange party, I offered an apron. Alicia was the lucky winner with this little piece.

I made this one for Marni... very similar to one I made for my friends' annual white elephant exchange in Salt Lake City. I love the pompoms and the ric rac and the loop for a dish towel.

Stay tuned for more creations...

7 comments:

Lindi said...

Jenny Reeder you are my absolute inspiration! I LOVE my apron and wear it everyday! It's been fun being with you this weekend! I can't wait for our book discussion this week.

The Harkness Family said...

Your aprons are so cute. I finally got bold and made my own and love it. It makes cooking so much funner.

M said...

What fun aprons!! I love all your aprons, but I love mine the best because I know it was made with love just for me. I'm so happy to have a Jenny Reeder original apron!!

JJ said...

Jenny, I can not believe how adorable all of these are...WoW! I love the fabrics and contrasting trims, so very, very cute!

The Wyler Family said...

you are so talented! they are beautiful! i want to have some sewing skills... someday...

Laurie, the girls and Scott said...

Guess what we're making for our ward's YW for a New Beginnings surprise? Well, maybe. I haven't told anyone else yet but I think we need to. I planned this little surprise today and then came home to see this post on your blog. Oh, Jenny Reeder, we must be friends!

another amy said...

I always love your aprons! I need to make some.