This is the last apron that I’ll be posting for awhile. It’s my favorite.
There are pockets with keyhole details, rickrack and bows.
It has scalloped edges, with more rickrack!
The color scheme is that mid-century combination of teal, pink, green, grey and black. I love the sketchy, energetic quality of the roosters, hens and chicks.
As a whole, it is as sweet as can be.
I hope that you’ve enjoyed viewing my apron collection as much as I’ve enjoyed sharing it. Now it’s time to tie those apron strings and get to work in the kitchen! Let’s get baking – with eggs!
Oooolalala…..Miss Terry! It is lovely. Have a great day.
All those cute baby chicks! Adorable
I’ve enjoyed seeing your aprons. This is my favorite as well. Like that the pockets are at an angle, like the flirty scalloped hem. Originally thought this might be cut on the bias, giving that full look to the skirt, but from placement of design on fabric looks like not. Thanks for sharing your aprons with us.
You can’t wear that (or even look at it) without smiling. The way if falls in a flounce is wonderful.
Having an excuse to use the word “flounce” is wonderful!
I have enjoyed seeing every apron and my favorite is the first one. Thanks for sharing.
I LOVE the ric-rac embellishment myself. I vote for #10! Thank you for sharing Terry!
Thanks fr sharing. My favorites are apron 1 and apron 10. I like the flirty shape f #10. But love the color and pocket on #1. Happy pie baking.
I like the colors of apron #8, the barn on #9, and good old fashioned ric-rac on #10! Enjoyed anticipating them all each day! Happy Thanksgiving!
I have a vintage apron–with chickens–that you will love. I will mail it to you if you will write me at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me your address.
This one is so girly, I also like the colors. Thank you for sharing! How is Miss Buffy doing?
Watch out! Someone may approach you to become an apron model. Your trim figure, stance and pose are perfect. I feel that with you modeling aprons, they will make a comeback! Love this one.
If “apron model” was a real job, I’d take it! :)