In the doghouse, again?

by Time and again on February 5, 2012 · 3 comments

in 1940s

I did a bit of a stash rearrange recently and found I had the perfect light brown (with white polka dots) fabric to make up McCall 957.

Rather than choose the colouring of the main illustration on the pattern as a guide, I opted forthe more obscure white apron with blue check in the background.

All was going swimmingly until I went shopping for blue ric-rac today and discovered that I could only get a dark or a light blue – and I didn’t really care for either. So here my little apron project has stalled for the time being (with a mental note to gather supplies prior to cutting out and sewing) without a roof on my doghouse.

Of course, I did also have enough red and white striped fabric to complete both his and hers, and the fabric shop had loads of red ric-rac, so when I finally crawl out of my little self inflicted dog house, I might have another go at actually finishing a pair of these aprons.

 

 

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LauraDsews February 5, 2012 at 4:42 am

You can get other shades of blue… but you have to hunt for it on the internet!

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Aubrey Jean February 5, 2012 at 12:51 pm

Use dark blue rick rack, I think it will look great! Love the blue and white theme.

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Kristin February 5, 2012 at 1:04 pm

Maybe get white rick rack and dye it?

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