Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Retro Flour Sack Towels Upcycled into Aprons

I found some darling retro feedsack towels at The Flour Sackery on Etsy.

Bet you know what I did with them!


I upcycled them into Retro Revival aprons.  I love how they turned out ~ so farm girl/country chic!  That's a style category, right?

I'm a huge fan of anthropomorphic graphics and fell in love with this image:


I really like how this retro image pops against the underlayer of gingham:


And I think my love of pie has been well established in prior blog posts, so no surprise I was drawn to this image:


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18 comments:

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Oh those are so cute, Cindy!

My apron came in the mail yesterday and it's so cute, too! Thank you so much! I've been sick so it was a good cheer me up present! Once I'm all better, I'll have my pic taken wearing it. ♥

Christina said...

Those turned out so cute! I love them!

DearHelenHartman said...

Follow This Blog? I can't help myself! First visit and I love your style.

Jingle said...

Holy goodness, those are SO stinking cute!!! I just love your aprons!!!!

Kim said...

Very cute! I just got some rooster/chicken tea towels. You've got me thinking now!

My Vintage Mending said...

I love how the bias tape pops too. Of course your ideas are always fab. The best part is to see them hung on the line...smiles...Renee

Donna said...

Your aprons are adorable with the retro images!
Hugs,
Donna

Betty Lou said...

Darling aprons, farm girl retro works for me.

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

They are AWESOME! You clever girl...those will be a hit for sure!

Mary said...

Oh My Gosh they are so darn cute!!!

Anthropomorphic graphics are way toooo cute and with the fabrics you have just outdid yourself once again.

I can't wait to show these to my daughter ( the actual apron wearer (

quiltjude said...

Very clever - I have a flour bag saved, now I know what to do with it, thanks for the idea. :)

donna said...

Cindy thank you so much for sharing. I had to go look. I so love those towels and you made great aprons with them.
Hugs,
donna

~Xo said...

Very Retro! Love the aprons!

delia hornbook said...

I just happened by chance to find your blog and im so glad i did you make some lovely things and those aprons are reslly cute ;-) dee x

Little Susie Home Maker said...

I love your clothesline filled with your aprons! You did a great job with them.'
Thanks for sharing your talents.
Blessings,
Susie

Jann Olson said...

Oh my gosh Cindy, they are absolutely darling! You really have been a busy bee! Excited about your give away. I have one going on that ends tonight. Hop over if you see this and see if you want to enter. Link is on my sidebar.
Hugs,
Jann

Anonymous said...

This is my first visit to your blog. I love it and your aprons.

Dana

danawade@hotmail.com

Home of Wild About Alice said...

Just have to say looked on your website and absolutely love it <3 hope to purchase somehting very soon ;)
I will also add you website to my blog if ok with you x