* Blythe apron

Posted on June 29th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Blythe.


My weak contribution to Tie One On. I don’t know why I thought the gingham was Home-on-the-Range-y, but now that I sewed it all up, it looks more diner-y. Oh well. Hopefully the “range” photo staging helps make up for it.

The apron and matching scarf are a freehanded pattern with bias trim and ties. I found the apparently handmade top in with a bunch of old doll clothes the last time I was home. The skirt I made from a piece of lace off an old slip.

blytheapron.jpg



3 Responses to “Blythe apron”

  1. Mariko Says:

    They match the shoes!

  2. laura r. Says:

    that’s a great contribution!!

  3. laurie b. Says:

    I love that! What a great idea for your submission — very sweet.

email

  • maitreya[@]craftlog[.]org

books I’m in

other sites I’m on

Pinterest

  • A set of 5 screen printed Christmas cards - 4x4 (10cmx10cm). This original design has been pulled by our own fair hands in our home. The minimal geometric star design is striking yet playful and offers a high quality alternative to a standard shop-bought Christmas card. Each pack

  • Gocco printed on 100% recycled card, with 100% recycled envelope, in a corn starch bag. A6 size.

  • The chainless foundation has been in use forever as one of the wonderful things you could pull out of your crochet bag of tricks if you knew about it.

  • Follow Me on Pinterest

Categories

Blogroll

Archives

creative commons

craftlog is under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial license. That means that you are all welcome to take and repost my photos, replicate my projects, remix my ideas, whatever you want as long as you give attribution (a link is fine) and it's noncommercial. Thanks!