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    Aprons and hot pad gifts

    Just a break from quilts. Gingerbread apron is from a panel. Used that to make flowered one out of one of 'those' fabrics. Daughter thought it was neat! May be in wrong spot....only hot pad is quilted.
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    Great aprons and hot pad!

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    all are really Cute i did a few Aprons not to long ago for my DIL andher Friend she wanted matching aprons but with different color trims. it is fun to try other projects.
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    Really cute! I use aprons a lot and I love the purple one with the fruit!
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    Really nice work!!!!

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    Love your aprons. If these are for gifts, someone is going to be very lucky.

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    Love them all!!! I made aprons for DD and DDIL last Christmas (2011) and have lots of patterns but these are really cute! Where did you find them? I'd be hard pressed to say which of these I like best! The pot holder is great too!

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    Cute! I love the one with the grapes best.
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    They are all so sweet!

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    I really love the floral one. That has to be too cute on!

    You sure have made a bunch of them. Are they gifts?
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    very nice job!!!!!!
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    I love all of them when I finish a quilt I always have other type of projects lined up to do and now tonight I just
    finished the hand quilting so when I get it all done I have some projeacats lined up to do. I always like to take a little
    break from quilts.
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    I love apron's & you have done a great job making all of these beautiful ones. Your hot pads are wonderful too. Thank you for sharing with all of us today. We love SHOW & TELL!!
    If you see someone without a SMILE, please give them one of yours!!

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    I like the fruit one the best, then I like the flower one next, but every one of them are great. Thank you for sharing with us.
    Pauline

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    These are such cute aprons! And I love the potholder!
    Why do I keep trying to find the "like" button?

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    Very cute! I love the way they're gathered (ruffled - full) on the bottom of the aprons.

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    cute!! cute!! cute!!
    will quilt 4EVER

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    Someone asked about patterns. The gingerbread was a panel. The floral was made tracing the panel. Fruity was just "guess and by golly"! Red rick-rack from Eleanor Burns. Not certain how I made up square one(self-lined for stability)...basicaly just 2 squares.

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    Very nice aprons. I made aprons for my Mom to give to her friends last Christmas - they love them!

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    All are beautiful. A couple of years ago, that's all I made was aprons.

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    I love the one with the peaches and other fruit. I bet it looks really cute on.

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    i like them!

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    Nicely done!
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    Beautiful work!!!!!
    In my quilt lab!

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    Aren't aprons so fun to make. I've made a few. It seems to me aprons are making a comeback. You see them at craft shows and in cooking stores a lot more now. Good job!

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