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Saturday, February 02, 2008


Aprons at the Canzler Bakery were very practical years ago. My Great Grandmother Anna and her Mother Anne in the center of this picture would have enjoyed my new chocolate cupcake & tea apron. I used Martha Negley's fabrics tied with a print of chocolate polka dots on rose.

While looking through my Martha Negley fabrics, I decided to use some of her vegetable, fruit and flower prints to make another apron. These colorful prints make a unique combination. I added a bottom band & pocket of "Tossed Vegetables" on a natural background. I then topped it with ties of Kaffe Fassett "Dotty" in plum.

For those larger projects, I put together a new Yamhill Market Bag. This one is a combination of Kaffe Fassett prints "Pinking Flowers", "Jungle Stripes" and "Targets" all in bold and bright prints.

A new Anna's Knitting Bag in soft shades of Spring. Roses, Dahlias & Zinnias leaning towards lavender.

Spring can't be too far away, my Daphnes are all covered with buds and the Camelias are blooming. I caught them here between rain & snow showers.

Back to my sewing, Judy

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