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September 17, 2012

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Patti Winker

AWESOME! I, too, am a big fan of the apron AND those saucy styles of the 60s. (Of course I lived that era once, so it's all nostalgic for me, Amanda! tee hee!) I remember my Gramma and Mom both wore a variety of aprons; they had their everyday aprons and their fancy aprons. I especially got a kick out of the holiday aprons, which were frilly, sometimes made with tulle (you know, like a ballerina tutu) and very impractical... but they still wore them! Too fun, right?!

Yes, I do wear aprons, but nothing as nice as these. Actually my Hubby and I always buy aprons as souvenirs when we travel. I have quite a nice collection from places like Katz Deli in NYC, the Natchez River Boat in New Orleans, etc. But, I'm thinking I need to update, and by update I mean, of course, go back in time! ;)

A website I follow closely is The Hillbilly Housewife. She has a post about the change in attitude when we wear an apron. You and your readers may enjoy reading this:

Apron Evangelism - The Hillbilly Housewife

Okay, I'm off to go check out all the designs at Saucy Girl Aprons. I'm feeling inspired! Thanks, Amanda

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