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Thread: Aprons on the Clothesline

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    Well done!
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    Just so adorable. Brings back fond memories because my Mom always wore a pretty apron. You also used my favorite colors.
    Bev

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    Precious!!!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    Too Cute. Love it.

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    Very attractive....great that it'll always bring you pleasant memories

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    I love it. I have aprons my Nanny made for me and for herself. I made one for my Mom with a (dresden) turkey on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lue View Post
    Oh! I LOVE this quilt!! Are those real clothes pins? I remember hanging clothes out on a line to dry and taking them in after the Texas sun had bleached the whites even whiter! I wonder if my children even know what a clothes line is (was) now that we live in the city! I'll ask them today. Thanks for sharing this beautiful creation!
    Thank you all for the wonderful comments! I wonder if your children remember? I bet they do! Yes they are real clothespins 1-inch in size!

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    Beautiful! Stirs up happy memories for me too!
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    I love it! My grandma always had an apron on when she was at home. Ironic how they are "back in style" again. I really like how you mixed the batiks and traditional apron fabrics, and those mini closthespins are simply adorable!

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    Great quilt and wonderful memories.

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