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katmom
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Grace
WACAL Gal WashCalif.
USA
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Posted - Jul 06 2007 :  11:08:53 PM  Show Profile
I was cruising through ebay, typed in Vintage Aprons and scrolled about 1/2 down when I came across a simple apron made to hold ones clothes pins while wearing out hanging laundry.
It had 2 bids, up to $10.56 wow!
If I hadn't packed away my sewing machine I'd be sewing one for myself!
One could really get creative making an clothes pin holder apron!


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BotanicalBath
True Blue Farmgirl

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Elizabeth
Ohio
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Posted - Jul 06 2007 :  11:27:25 PM  Show Profile
I saw this pattern.... but since it is a drawing, I just figured that I would save the money and draft one. But it is on dale this week for $4.46




and it would be really cute in this fabric



Ir I have this cute pink fabric with a mom & kids doing laundry

E-
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queenofdreamsz4u
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Stephanie Suzanne
Smoky Mountains Tennessee
USA
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Posted - Jul 07 2007 :  08:05:20 AM  Show Profile
Yep, ...it's really easy. It makes a great apron for those house cleaning moments..LOL Holds a swiffer and everything else you need and gives you storage for stuff that you are picking up along the way.

Peace, Stephanie
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Nance in France
True Blue Farmgirl

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Nancy
St. Laurent de la Salanque
France
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Posted - Jul 07 2007 :  10:10:11 AM  Show Profile
Elizabeth, CUTE fabric! How perfect for a clothespin sack!! Nance
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katmom
True Blue Farmgirl

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Grace
WACAL Gal WashCalif.
USA
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Posted - Jul 07 2007 :  11:26:59 AM  Show Profile
Hey "E",
too cute! even I can create a clothes pin/garden apron from this simple add....&&&&& I luv the cute girl ironing fabric.
Thanx,


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BotanicalBath
True Blue Farmgirl

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Elizabeth
Ohio
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Posted - Jul 07 2007 :  12:20:21 PM  Show Profile
I did find this gem on etsy

http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=6347798

But I just got 2 yards of that fabric, So it looks like I will be sewing my own.

E-
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suzyhomemaker
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Clare
Tyler Hill PA
USA
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Posted - Jul 07 2007 :  3:43:38 PM  Show Profile
Didn't MaryJanes first book have a pattern for a clothes pin apron you wear?

Country girl in NE PA
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levisgrammy
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Denise
Beavercreek Ohio
USA
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Posted - Jul 07 2007 :  4:06:08 PM  Show Profile
Simplicity has an apron that has pockets in front for holding clothespins. It's number 4282.

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BotanicalBath
True Blue Farmgirl

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Elizabeth
Ohio
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Posted - Jul 07 2007 :  5:31:39 PM  Show Profile
quote:


Didn't MaryJanes first book have a pattern for a clothes pin apron you wear?




Yes there is, and it looks very simple to make out of exactally 1 yrd of fabric. But I think it should be as cute and as fun as possible.... doing laundry is not fun.

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