Friday, September 23, 2011

Pink Crochet for Pink Saturday

Today at a neighborhood tag sale I found this perfect vintage crocheted apron trimmed with a pretty shell pink.

Pink Saturday Apron 001

It needs a good hand wash…

Pink Saturday Apron 002

And a trip to the ironing board to tidy up the ribbons…

Pink Saturday Apron 003

By the time I’m done with it, it will be fit for June Cleaver’s kitchen. Hope your week end is Pink and I hope you find lots of Pink in your corner of the world…You know Beverly has plenty gathered for us to share. Head over to her house to see who’s posting this Pink Saturday.

9 comments:

Wendy@~Chez~La~De~da~ said...

Oooh how delicate and pretty! I am never so lucky!!
Happy pink saturday! Love it,if you get tired of it, let me know ;)

~~Wendy

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous!

My share of Pink have a nice weekend!

Abramyan Avenue said...

How very, very pretty!! I love vintage aprons...and this one is perfect! I hope you show it again after it's touched up!

-april

Pat said...

That's a first for me. I've never seen a crocheted apron before. It is lovely.

dana said...

You need to get a photo of you wearing that apron while you're hosting your BUNCO group.....or a party with with YaYas!!! :) It's a great find. HPS!!

L, Dana

Marigold said...

What a great find! As an apron collector I'm very impressed.

Ann said...

Thats an adorable apron!! I'm sure it will look amazing with a little TLC.
Ann

pinkkandy said...

Happy pinkness...Happy Autumn....I am so excited for Fall, I know you are too !!It just makes me want to cozy up...enjoy your week-end!
God Bless You
Kandy

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