BlueflowerTreasures

May 16, 2008

The apron that needs a name

Filed under: sewing — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , — Lady M Quilts @ 3:13 pm

I put together another of my fun, retro, strip pieced half aprons today.  The main floral print is Alexander Henry Birch Blossom and I found some great coordinates in the quilting section of Joann’s.  I just love how bright and springy this apron looks.  It’s listed at RetroFemme tonight.

I made a similar apron last month from my mostest favorite collection (at least just now) of fabric:  Katie Jump Rope.  In case you didn’t see that post, here it is:

Now, I need a catchy name for this apron. Something with two words, the blank blank apron. Something fun but not cutesy (cuz’ I’m not cutesy, lol). I’m thinking of someday selling this pattern, so I need a name that is catchy and fun and retro and memorable. Any ideas?

I put up a custom slot for this apron at RF, too, with Michael Miller Ginger Blossom as a choice.  And two more slots for Semi-Custom Coming & Going Bags.  I may be very busy soon (I hope!).

Thanks for looking and thanks for any name ideas!

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1 Comment »

  1. I LOVE this apron and when you are done your summer break, I would love to order one or two!

    As for name suggestions, how about something like, the “Perfectly appointed” apron or “prefectly pointed”, “Retro Revival” or “to the point” “Moe Zayik” (as in mosaic), “twist and shout” “twist and turn” “Retro Twist”

    hmmm, maybe naming things isn’t my gift, but sewing is DEFINITELY one of yours!

    Blessings,
    Melissa Adams
    missionary MOMY in the Czech Republic

    Comment by Melissa Adams — July 14, 2008 @ 1:18 pm


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