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Thread: Apron & matching quilted hotpad for wedding shower Saturday

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    Senior Member himnherr's Avatar
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    Apron & matching quilted hotpad for wedding shower Saturday

    The bride's color of choice for her kitchen is ornage. I like how this turned out. The apron pattern is McCall's 6092 & the hotpad is off of tipnut. It's called retro hotpad or something like that. It was kind of fun to make as it's all cricles that are folded, then layered with batting & insulbrite and then quilted.
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    I'm not a big fan of orange but those are adorable!!!
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    Very nice!! I love aprons but always forget to wear the ones I have made!
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    very nice!

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    It isn't that much orange, just a touch. So I think it looks great
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    I love both items and the retro fabrics are beautiful.

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    Love that apron and the hotpad is so unique. Great job on both.

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    They are both very pretty

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    Beautiful. I love the fabric and the hot pad pattern is sew pretty.

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    That is such a cute apron and hot pad, great gift.

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    I love them, she should be very happy with them.

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    Oh my! What a great set! I love it.
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    Oh wow, those are fabulous!
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    Very cute!
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    Love the retro look of your fabric. I bet it'll be a big hit at the shower. Thanks for sharing.
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    Here is the link to the hotpaid.. it's very cute. http://goingsewcrazy.typepad.com/my_...-tutorial.html

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    Great job. Next time try putting some insulbrite in the pockets of the apron and you'll have built in pot holders for all those times when they are at hand.
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    Terrific apron, and neat pot holder!
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    Very nice shower gift.....I love orange!!
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    How cute! She will love them.
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    Just darling, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Cute! I love the fabrics used. I'm sure she will love what you did.

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    Both are pretty. Thanks for sharing.

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    I love those colors. When you said orange, I'm back in the late 60's early 70's. But those really work. Love the design of the apron and the hot pad. Quite unique. It looks like a fun project to sew.
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    Nice. My daughter's favorite color is also orange and I just made her a bright orange/green table runner for her birthday. It is posted here on the site and was fast and easy to make using the tube method.
    KSue

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