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vintage inspired apronsThe Linen Closet is just a piece of this blog, a piece that is constantly being re-thought, and, unfortunately, a piece that is often pushed aside and left to idle while my creative brain-power is being used someplace else. It’s also a piece that I don’t want to constantly flood into my writing, however, I’ve decided a monthly update is probably a good thing since I don’t want to completely lose track of my original vision just yet. Some of the ladies who ordered from me during Christmas-time left some lovely feedback on the shop and they also gave me some great ideas to update it in order to get the ordering process a bit more slick. Custom items are a little tricky on Etsy, so I’m still unraveling the how-to’s over there. In the meantime though, if you haven’t seen it, I’ve updated The Linen Closet page of this blog with some better explanations of available options, including, two different sizes:

half aprons

The apron piece of the blog has been a bit like a thesis that you know in your head exactly what you’re trying to get across, but when you write it down it doesn’t quite fit into the right words. If you’re confused by “convertible apron-top,” “mix and match aprons,” or really what the big deal is about yet another apron thrown into blog-world, hopefully this will clear things up a bit.

vintage apron

vintage aprons

I’ve been taking a break from my sewing room during the craziness that was December, but I’m hoping with this post to get inspired to get back to sewing, or, at least re-think this piece of VMMV. I think there’s something a little bit different about my aprons from everything else on the market and I’m not yet ready to throw in the towel on these kitchen-buddies. Happy Wednesday! (see, you weren’t even counting and it just happened…we’re already halfway to the weekend!

 – ❤ A. 

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