Its fleur-de-lis pattern and cool corset design is sassy and cool! This "Darla" Design is sure to bring some heat into the kitchen! Created from the Darla fabric line it features a "corset" top, frilly black chiffon neck strap and double tulle ruffled rounded hemline. It wears comfortably and can be taken on and off easily with the slip of a button. This apron will allow you to feel feminine, maybe turn a head or two, and will provide great coverage while you whisk about your day.
Owner Megan is the creative force behind Brassy Apple Designs and she says, "Designing allows me to do something I love while still being a Mom and striving to reach my own goals, dreams and further develop my talents."
Megan truly enjoys creating unique, eclectic items for women and children and extends her designs to offer patterns and DIY kits for the Do it yourself woman. From her Shaggy Mosaic style jeans, Aprons, skinny scarves and more, Megan hopes you find something unexpected in each piece. By designing with fresh colors and fabrics that are only reproduced a few times, Megan keeps things new and original! You can also visit the Brassy Apple Blog for additional brassy goodness!!
One more thing I wanted to mention about Brassy Apple is the Shaggy Mosaic Jean that Megan makes. These are some amazing creations that you can check out too while browsing her site. Unique and personalized you can get your favorite jeans spiced up in an unforgettable way.
As an added bonus Megan has offered Apron Goddesses an additional 10% off in her shop from now through .
Use code GODDESS at checkout!
To enter the random drawing for this blue fleur-de-lis apron called The Kitschy Corset Apron made by Brassy Apple visit the selections choosing your favorite item from the boutique. Come back to The Apron Goddesses and make a comment below naming which apron you like best. That will give you one entry into the giveaway.
For five extra entries into the drawing create a blog post about this giveaway, leaving your permalink in your comment.
And for 10 extra, bonus chances at winning send in a picture of you or a family member wearing an apron. (Contact is above.) No headless apron wearers please!! I will write up your "apron-ography" in the weeks to come.
UPDATE: Megan wrote that the pattern for this apron will be coming out soon! Hopefully in the month of September, so hop on the Brassy Apple Blog mailing list to find out when it is available if you want to craft one up yourself!