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Posted on:4/3/11 1:28 PM
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jannw said... (4/9/11 12:36 PM) Reply
very pretty..love the fabric and glad it's being put to good use!
Margaret said... (4/4/11 9:37 AM) Reply
Very nice apron -- looks great on as well as being useful. Good to hear the instructions worked well too.
katlew03 said... (4/3/11 7:08 PM) Reply
Pretty as well as functional. Like the blue print.
renren said... (4/3/11 1:41 PM) Reply
Very nice! I did stitch my pocket in half, afraid it would gape open, but in the end I don't think it was necessary. And that water spot shows the main reason for the pocket: a second layer of fabric to absorb things like water and tomato sauce. (In my case, a self-lined pocket wouldn't be a bad idea, thereby providing 3 layers of absorbent fabric.) Very nice first apron and I bet it was a breeze after that wonderful corset you made!
 
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