Sunday, January 13, 2013

Vintage Aprons and Feeling Girly

Howdy girls! I just had to pop in today and share this lovely vintage full apron with you. 
I've been bidding away on E bay for my new lil' shop in our Antique Mall called 
" Burlap and Bling " Pieces of the Past with SASS  
I'm falling in love with Vintage Aprons and feeling oh so girly! 

  I also purchased this lot of crochet covered wooden hangers! Aren't they just adorable? 


Who knew stocking a little 10 x 10  booth space could be so much fun?

I'll keep you posted on more goodies as I find them!
Expect some vintage giveaways in the future too! Oh what fun! 
Find your joy and run with it!
Tell, me an apron story! Do any of you collect vintage aprons and do you wear them or just keep them for display?


Blondie's Journal said...

These are darling and I know they will go quickly in your shop, they are so fun to collect and wear. I have two simple ones aprons that look vintage because they have been in the washer so many times!! I am a lunatic when I cook! lol!


Nancy said...

The top one looks like it would be from the 20's or 30's because of the drop waist? It's very pretty! I always feel like I need to wear a dress when I wear any kind of fancy apron. I wear some simple ones that I've made because I tend to be a bit sloppy cooking! Thanks for sharing your photos! :)

Carla said...

Great finds! I love ebay shopping and have found several vintage aprons myself. Good luck with your shop.

Lisa Lynn said...

My vintage aprons are all from my Grandmother and they are all a tad too small for me :) I have been thinking about making some for everyday use...but it has been on the back burner for awhile! Thanks for sharing :)

Michelle said...

I love vintage aprons. I do have problems finding the full aprons. I see a lot of half aprons. Guess they weren't as messy back then as I am.

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

I don't know about you, but I'd fill up my booth and then never let anything go! I don't know how you do it. They are very pretty.

Mimi Foxmorton said...

Vintage aprons are hard to come by, I don't ever seem to find many, so I have been making my own from various long prairie skirts that I find from the 7O's.
One skirt makes tow aprons, or one bib apron. Then you can embellish to your heart's content! My biggest problem? I then need an apron for my apron! ;)

These are beautiful! As are the hangers. I saw these hangers done with vintage doilies as well that looked oh, so beautiful.

Have a creative day. Lovin' your blog!

The Goat Borrower

Debbie said...

The top apron on is beautiful. You have a wonderful blog.

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