Aprons for all ages (even your dolls!)

Woodstock, Vermont · 848 Sales


Aprons for all ages (even your dolls!)

Woodstock, Vermont 848 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars

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Announcement   Aprons for all ages (even your dolls!) Chefs hats, oven mitts and baby bibs too. Great coverups handmade from antique patterns by twin sisters in the heart of Vermont. Come visit our blog:


Last updated on Oct 30, 2015

Aprons for all ages (even your dolls!) Chefs hats, oven mitts and baby bibs too. Great coverups handmade from antique patterns by twin sisters in the heart of Vermont. Come visit our blog:


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Womens Full Apron, Pink and Yellow Posies Apron
Adult Bib in Purple Lilacs
Chef Hat in Yellow
Childs Apron, Fruit and Veggies Childs Apron
Girls Apron, Pink Posies Childs Apron
Children's Apron,Tie Dye Print Child's Apron
Child's Chef Hat in Green
Vintage Apron, Pink Hibiscus Womens Full Apron
Child's Oven Mitt in Kiwi and Strawberry
Child's Oven Mitt, Green Apples Child's Oven Mitt
Oven Mitt, Red and Purple Grapes Oven Mitt
Womens Apron in Chocolate Candies Print
Vintage Apron in Romantic Roses
Adult Bib in Blue Marbleized Swirls
Mens Apron, Potato Print Mens Apron
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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
Tessa Newman

Tessa Newman on Nov 8, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Darling and very well made. I really like the longer length. The only suggestion I would make is to add a pocket in the same fabric as the yoke. I'm a girl who always needs a tissue at hand. I love Etsy!

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For our Shirtsaver fans, we're right on the money here with our latest. Yes, a Shirtsaver in a money print! Just right for those who might like a little extra cash around.

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Senior Shirtsaver in Money Print, Adult Bib
Our Hot Chili Peppers Apron is back! We are so glad we could get more of this terrific fabric. These aprons are all made up and ready to go.

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New Shirtsavers! Hot off the sewing machine! In lovely shades of blue and teal.

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Great coverups handmade by twin sisters in the heart of Vermont

My twin sister and I are sewing away here in Vermont, one in a log cabin, the other down the road, both with sewing rooms overlooking the lovely Kedron Brook.

Christmas morning when we were nine years old, we received a sewing machine and have been creating ever since. Along the way we raised families, and among many other things, taught handwork at our Waldorf School. There we loved teaching children how to knit, sew, felt, and weave. More important, we helped instill in them the sense that they can make and do whatever they decide to do.

There is almost always a project in the making in my hands. Working on knitting or sewing while sitting in waiting rooms or public places, I am often stopped by someone who looks at what I'm making and says, “I could never do that.” My reply, is "Of course you can, if you want to.”

My sister and I began a sewing program for women in a local prison. There we saw the healing power of someone learning she can sew an “outa here bag” to have when she walked out of those prison doors.

Our latest love is vintage. Opening our first antique 1940's mail order apron pattern and holding those unprinted tissue paper pieces, we were hooked. It was this love for vintage apron patterns that led to opening my shop on Etsy. Now we are sewing aprons (many made from our antique patterns) for all ages, even dolls, and oven mitts, chefs hats and baby bibs too!


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    A Mother, a teacher for the deaf, a Waldorf Handwork teacher, a hospice worker . . . Who am I really? A voyager through life learning to listen with my heart and my Soul.

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Last updated on November 27, 2016
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