Monday, May 4, 2009

FIFTY TWO FREE APRON PATTERNS & MONTHLY GIVEAWAY!


MONTHLY GIVEAWAY!

On 2-1-2011 I started a Monthly Giveaway. I will be drawing names from
followers that comment. The drawings will be on the 1st of each month! Go to my newest post to comment.

Sending a bunch of Prim Dried Carrots with some Dried Grass to a lucky FOLLOWER that has commented during February!
These will be perfect for your Spring Decor. Remember each new posting you comment on, will be another chance for you to win the Prim Dried Carrots & Dried Grass


52 Free Apron Patterns You Can Make:

NOTE: I do NOT KNOW where to get the stripe apron pattern!!!!!!




This is a large list of patterns from around the net, all kinds of styles and types included. If you love aprons, you’re gonna love this list!....Just click on
FREE APRON PATTERNS
Here is a sampling of types of patterns:
Jean Apron

Butcher Apron


Carry All Apron

Dish Towel Apron

SWEET POTATO AND SPINACH SALAD

Dressing:
1/2 small onion, very thinly sliced (about 1/3 cup)
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon freshly squeezed orange juice
1 1/2 teaspoons rice wine vinegar (not sweetened or
seasoned)
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
Salad:
1 medium sweet potato, peeled and cut into 1/2" dice (scant
2 cups)
4 cups packed spinach leaves
1 small red bell pepper, cut into matchsticks (scant 1 cup)
Combine dressing ingredients in a bowl.
Put potato in a small saucepan with enough lightly
salted water to cover and bring to a boil. Cook until
tender but not mushy, about 8 minutes. Drain in
colander.
In a large bowl, toss potato, spinach and pepper with
dressing. Serve immediately.
This salad dressing is less acidic than most, allowing the citrus
flavor to come through.
Calories: 76, Fat: 3 grams, Protein: 1 grams,Carbohydrates: 10 grams, Fiber: 2 grams, Net Carbs: 8 grams.

Baked Chicken Fingers

INGREDIENTS:

Baked Chicken Fingers
4-4 oz boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 egg white
3 tbsp skim milk
1 cup corn flake crushed
1 tsp Mrs. Dash Original Seasoning
1 tsp fresh ground pepper
Cooking spray
Curry Sauce For Dipping
1/4 cup fat-free sour cream
1/4 cup lowest-fat mayonnaise
1/4 cup plum sauce (instead of or as well as curry sauce)

DIRECTIONS:

Baked Chicken Fingers
Preheat oven to 375° F.
Cut chicken into long strips.
Beat egg white and milk in a bowl and toss in the chicken. Stir to coat.
Mix together corn flake crumbs and spices in a different bowl.
Spray cookie sheet with cooking spray.
Dunk each piece of chicken into crumbs using a fork. Arrange on cookie sheet. Spray tops with cooking spray and place in oven for 20 minutes.
Curry Sauce For Dipping:
Combine sour cream, mayonnaise and plum sauce or and curry sauce in a bowl. Stir together until smooth.
Set dip aside in fridge.

25 comments:

Pam said...

Hi Sue congrats on your win at Aunt Mannys...lucky you.

Have a wonderful day

Hugs pam

Woods Olde Homestead said...

Hi Sue...I do hope you are having a blessed day...thank you for sharing these
apron patterns I so do want to try and make me one since I don't even own an apron...and your food looks so yummy
thanks for sharing them also...you are such a sweetie....
Prim Blessings...
Tonja

Gracie said...

Oh your aprons are adorable and I could eat every bite of food on your website! Thanks so much for sharing your interests and inspirations with us all. Very lovely indeed.

WishTrish said...

Hi! The smock apron that you show, do you know where I can get that pattern? I looked on The List, but I didn't find it, sadly. Perhaps you know a way to find it? Thanks so much!

Neil and Courtney Anne said...

I'm in the same boat as Trish! I love that yellow apron and would love to make one (or twenty!) and just can't find the pattern anywhere. Can you point me in the right direction? Thanks so much!

Nicola said...

Hi, Thanks for all the wonderful apron patterns, I would love to make the one with the bow shown on the main page(the ones shown in orange, yellow, purple and navy/red). Is this pattern available anywhere?

Karen said...

I'm with Nicola--the very first apron picture for this post is the kind of apron I would love to make, but I can't find the pattern among the links provided. Are you able to help? Thank you in advance!

mommypie said...

I found the smock apron! It's not available as a pattern, but sold here: http://www.stitchthrutime.com/1940_apron.html. There are more aprons there than you can shake a stick at! Here's a place to buy patterns that look similar: http://www.greenleafpub.com/rrd-patterns.html or http://www.hintofhistory.com/2009/03/1940s-e-pattern-collection.html. Good luck!

triumphantfailure said...

Do you have any idea where the pattern is for the 4 aprons in the picture, black/red, pink, orange, and yellow?

Marisa said...

For the instructions for how to make those cute aprons at the top of the screen here is the web site. There is no pattern but there is a step by step video. Good Luck I can't wait to try this! http://www.instructables.com/id/Super-cute-Apron/

Eleanora said...

do you have a pattern for the apron at the top of the page? The one with the strips and spots?

Teresa Beth Brower Timms said...

I love the yellow smock apron, but I can't find the pattern on the 50 Free Apron Patterns. #1 is titled Smock Apron, but doesn't match your picture. Thanks

Laura said...

Hi there, I love the striped apron in the first picture but can't find the free pattern for it. Am I missing it somewhere or where can I find it.
Thanks
Laura

Laura said...

HI Sue, I love the striped apron in the first picture but can't find that free pattern. Could you direct me to it.
Thanks
Laura

Tracey Turner said...

Hello, what a charming little web site you have. Im with Trish as well. Wondering where I could find a pattern for this apron. Ive looked and looked and looked. With no success, I feel like im going in circles now.
Have a blesses day.
Thank you
Tracey.

Tracey Turner said...

What a charming little spot you have here! I love it. Well Im with Trish on the smock apron. I have looked and looked and looked at this point I feel as though I am going in circles. Can you give me any direction on where to get the adorable smock apron pattern. I was so excited when I found your page but so sad when I couldn't find the pattern.
God Bless
Tracey

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Joyce said...

I absolutely love the striped aprons. Can't wait to try the pattern out. Thanks for posting

Kathy said...

Sue, I am so glad I found you! A friend pinned your blog on Pinterest. Lucky me! I love the apron patterns. I can not wait to try them. Thanks again. Kathy

Rita E in AZ said...

I just found your blog and like so many others, I wonder if anyone ever found a pattern for the yellow gingham smock pattern? I checked the links in the other comments but http://www.stitchthrutime.com/1940_apron.html link only sells the aprons already made, not the pattern from what I could tell. I am so happy to find your blog I am going to add your blog to my blog list.

Nell said...

I can't get any of the links to open. Any suggestions?

kayakgal said...

I am looking for the pattern for the striped aprons that are pictured also. Has anyone found the pattern for it? I did see the video, just wanting written instructions. So cute.

Sherri Hickox said...

I just found this website and love the striped apron. Also will be having the baked chicken for supper tonight. <3

Tin said...

I just found your website, my daughter was asking for an eclair cake for her birthday and you saved my life. I think all the aprons are darling, hope you have a wonderful March.

mzdaisee47 said...

Just found your pages while looking for more apron patterns, especially vintage styles. Love what you are showing!