At her Etsy store Yellow Bird Designs, Sarah offers both adult and children's aprons which are made in the halter style design. Additionally, there are a few cute gardening aprons to muck around in this spring. You can visit the webpage for Yellow Bird Designs as an alternate place to visit Sarah and her wares.
Sarah says, "I use a combination of new and vintage fabrics. There are no two aprons alike! Every apron is hand stitched by me, including all of the binding, in rural Vermont. If you don’t see a fabric that hits you just right, please contact me and I will come up with something just for you."
To enter the giveaway for the halter style from Yellow Bird Designs, visit the Etsy store and browse the selection. Come back here to TAG and make a comment about your favorite. 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. Be sure to mention this in your entry.
And for 10 extra, bonus chances at winning send in a picture of you or a family member wearing an apron. Leave a comment that you are sending in a photograph too! (Contact is above) No headless apron wearers please!! We will write up your "apron-ography" in the weeks to come.
Giveaway Closes 2/16/2010.