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Posted on:11/19/06 9:07 PM


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BeckyC said...
Very cute apron. I can see why you anticipate requests from other family members, because it is so unique, functional and cute.
11/20/06 8:19 AM
fuzzygalore said...
I understand your problem with a big piece of heavy twill fabric. But there is a simple and important reason for cotton in aprons: fire resistance. Tencel, being essentially rayon, isn't so great in that department, but at least it's not fuzzy :-). Still, you might want to experiment with lighter cottons, like the ones sold for quilters which can have a lot of body without much weight.
11/20/06 1:30 AM
Christina Sonja said...
Interesting shape! Your apron looks great. And you can never have too many...
11/20/06 1:00 AM
 
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