Sunday, January 9, 2011

Pay It Forward, Part II

A little over a year ago, I signed up for a pay-it-forward activity in which I was to make 3 homemade gifts within a year and give them to the first 3 people who signed up on my blog. Last Spring I made the first--an Easter dress. Around the same time, I cut out the fabric for this apron:


I finally finished it this past week. It's a reversible, quilted apron. I copied the shape from a quilted apron I bought at the swap meet in Hawaii years ago, but came up with the reversible aspect by myself. I bought the Hawaiian print in Hawaii years ago, and the reverse side is some more of the Crate and Barrel remnant fabric. The colors reminded me so much of my friend, Sarah, who this apron is for. I hope you enjoy it, Sarah! Now it's your turn. Hopefully it won't take you over a year like it has for me.

Now onto #3. Okay, Cyd--what can I make for you?

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