The Art of the Apron
I am really, really, really (and did I mention really?) excited to announce that reporter Dalia Colon included me in an article that came out in today’s tbt* , a lifestyle and entertainment magazine here in Tampa. The article is about aprons and how they’ve become popular again.
(Click on the image to see/read the article more clearly.)
I want every single Anthropologie apron across the top of the page.
It’s a really fun article. I love that Dalia referred to Amy Butler as the “rock star of the fabric world.” Because, as we all know, she totally is.
And speaking of aprons, in honor of today’s article, I’ve posted another reversible Gertrude Apron in The Boutique.
I made this one in my favorite color combination — aqua and red — and included a strip of red ricrac along the bottom.
The other side is a flowered pattern with touches of aqua on a brown background.
For sale here.
I will spend much of this weekend slowly — oh so slowly — crossing one item at a time off my Things To Sew list. I think I must be a slow sewer, because I read other blogs where talented seamstresses manage to, for example, sew four bags in an evening. I’m lucky if I finish one project an evening. I think I get distracted easily.
Hope everyone has a lovely weekend!