Good Evening Apron Loving Goddesses!!
I am happy to announce another "choose your favorite" apron promotion and this time it is sponsored by Quilt A Treasure!
Quilt a Treasure also has their own blog:Quilted Treasures at which local classes are announced and tutorials can be found on quilting. They are already working on some Halloween quilts cause they are so organized!!!!
But back to APRONS! I'd like to show you a few of my favorites from the Quilt A Treasure store at Etsy.
Since spring is in the air and flowers are burgeoning everywhere in my town I am enjoying the thought of this pink floral inspired halter style apron. It is made from Jennifer Paganelli's Sis Boom fabric which is wonderful stuff!
Next I love this floral, (you see there is a theme here...) with blues and whites and reds. Very vibrant and spring like too. Again this great halter style is quite flattering I think. The wide waste will really accentuate your figure in a good way with this one. This fabric is from Riley Blake Designs.
And my final pick of favorites is this lovely to the left. Cool as a cucumber, lemony twist, floral happiness....Maybe a glass of Long Island ice tea with lemon. Hmmmm. Well, that's how I see it. And can you imagine, it's made from Amy Butler's MidWest Modern fabric? It is.
So, onto the giveaway instructions...
To enter the giveaway for the apron of your choice from Quilt A Treasure, visit the web 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 and a few words about you and your apron. Give me the dirt! 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.
Closes midnight April 6, 2010