Saturday, 31 January 2009

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Everyone Welcome Especially Apron Addicts.... APRONS APRONS MORE APRONS...OH I DO LIKE APRONS. HERE ARE SOME MORE TO SHOW OFF. HOLLY RUN FOR IT! APRON She ducked...she dived...and dashed as fast as her little chicken legs could move...over the stream and across the valley but still no one caught her! Precision patchwork makes this frilly apron a treasured dream. APRONOLOGIE™ PINK 'N' PERKY GINGHAM APRON Be a cheeky monkey with this perfectly pretty gingham number. With side pocket trimmed off with red and pink rose. ETSY A LA CAMPAGNE HALF APRON With decorative red flowers and an antique hue c'est un tablier magnifique! Feel the wisps of the French countryside come to life as you skip around in this number. For the imaginative at heart only. I made this one myself from an old table cloth and runner. APRONOLOGIE™ A pretty little number with hand appliqued flowers and leaves. Trimmed off with cotton lace and a very handy pocket. HENRIETTA'S PATCHWORK SMOCK Oh what a pickle! Oh what should she wear! Put it together and skip in the air! This delightful patchwork smock is truly one of a kind. Worn with or without the belt with two deep pockets to hide treasured finds! MALPHI MRS YAKKI MARKET APRON a dozen eggs 3 bananas loaf of bread Mrs Beaten's jam a box of radishes feathered hen something tasty for supper APRONOLOGIE™ LEAF CASCADE HALF APRON Get in amongst those leaves and see what you find! Flamboyant white flowers cascade down this vintage wonder. And last but no means least to finish off may I show off this beautiful apron I bought from Annie's Attic on Etsy. She makes the most wondrous original aprons using hand embroidered linens and scrumptious prints including Amy Butler. I had my eye on this apron for ages...then succumbed! You can follow...
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Ooops! a week late! Hello! Just to inform that my website and ETSY shops will be closed for one more week. I was due to fly back to London on Monday 2nd February but because of the snow my flight got canceled. That's the first time that's ever happened and it snows so rarely in London! I should be resuming sales on 10th February if all goes well. Stock is really low at this time of year but I have enough fabric to do a few more batches of the current colours; Loganberry, Moonlight, Forest and Brown and then I may try my first batch of Black. I'm planning to scale up production this year particularly with the Verity Hope dresses and Bloomers and have sourced a potential manufacturer. They seem to have an ethical approach with their workers which is really important and are very approachable. Having the dresses made up in larger batches will free me up to develop more designs and work on existing ideas so it's definitely time for a move in that direction. I'll also be able to have specific fabrics sourced as I'd love to produce the dresses in a range of prints and perhaps Jersey fabrics at some stage. Has anyone received their copy of apron.ology yet? I can't receive it until I'm back home in the UK but can't wait to see the other aprons in there. I'm so thrilled to be featured in the first edition. and hope the publication spreads the apron bug!! Had a peak at the previews and this beautiful 'Fleur Apron' caught my eye. It's knitted!! and this 'Simply Lovely" floral apron..,. both beautifully designed and I love the colours! Hope to be back in production very soon! Malphi X

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