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Posted on:11/4/02 2:57 PM
Last Updated:11/4/02 10:21 PM


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said... (11/5/02 12:41 PM) Reply
Cute, Cute, Cute! I love aprons. I think I might try this one.
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said... (11/5/02 11:10 AM) Reply
This is so cute, I love it!!
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said... (11/5/02 1:12 AM) Reply
Margaret, that apron is so cute. Makes me want to cook. Maybe I should make myself one of these fancy aprons. Hey... anything to drag me into the kitchen!
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said... (11/4/02 3:41 PM) Reply
I will be wearing this apron myself, because I have a tendency to apply flour to myself. ;) Worse, I just got some black corduroy pants... For gift giving I'd say one of the non-bib versions would be better, unless you get a chance to fit the shoulder straps on the person, or change it to use pins instead.
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said... (11/4/02 3:11 PM) Reply
What a cute bunch of aprons! I like the ladybug trim idea. I also confess to being a lover of aprons. Personally, I don't understand why they aren't worn by everyone. They can be so fun or pretty, and even personalized. Best of all, they keep your clothes clean when cook or clean up the kitchen! ;-)
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said... (11/4/02 3:09 PM) Reply
Cute pattern, Margaret! I love aprons. Will you be giving this as a gift, or wearing it yourself?
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