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Blind Cat Rescue, an organization based in North Carolina that I follow on Facebook, offered the sale of cute aprons with cats and the word “Meow” on them.   611 more words


#InspirationMW and a Fond Farewell

With this being Museums Week, I’ve decided now is a good time to share one of my happiest and most inspiring memories of working with Walsall Museum. 920 more words

Hodson Shop


     Aprons are making a comeback, at least I think they are. I see them in gift stores, home stores, clothing stores, everywhere…

My grandmother, better known as Nanny, always had an apron on – but she always had a dress on too. 328 more words

Featured En Vía Borrower: Epifania Hernandez García

Words and photographs by Ehren Seeland

Located roughly 37 km from Oaxaca de Juárez, the community of San Miguel del Valle boasts brick family homes, sweeping hillside views and most notably, streets awash with women in distinct outfits that combine intricately embroidered aprons over lace-collared dresses. 293 more words


Market Lavington women – 1920s

This photograph shows a collection of local women in what we believe are red, white and blue aprons. A couple of the aprons are definitely styled as union flags. 267 more words


This & That

Hi y’all! So, it’s been a while between posts, life just gets in the way sometimes. I was out of town for a mini vacay to Yosemite last weekend with my best peeps. 1,234 more words


March's Project: Aprons

When I was at the fabric store for the hundredth time a few weeks ago, they were having a sale on Butterick patterns. They were all $1.99–ONE DOLLAR AND NINETY NINE CENTS. 511 more words