Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Blogtoberfest day 6 - SECET fundraiser

I have been telling you for a little while about the fundraiser I am sewing for . Well its a Christmas High tea garden Party in November, held in the garden of a friend from church - Sue. She is opening her garden to raise money for SECET - Shoalhaven Employers Of Christian Education Teachers, they put paid scripture teachers in all 4 of our local Public High Schools.

I am hoping to get a nice stockpile up on many different sewn goodies.

I have completed 3 reversible aprons (pattern from tipnut) with cute pockets and a flounce in a co-ordinating fabric. The first pic is of all three aprons.





The first red apron is striped on one side, utensils on the other with a spot and checked trims (flounce, pockets & straps).














The 2nd red apron has a check front and utensils reversed side with stripes and spots as the trims.

The next three pictures are of the blue apron, firstly showing the front, the reversed side and the front with the back folded over to see them together. This is very similar in fabrics to the apron I made for the apron swap last month. Still wanting to make one of these for myself, but now am thinking I might keep a red one instead.

6 comments:

Vicki ♥ said...

Your aprons are fabulous Gail :) I love how you have made them reversable :)

Karen's Korner said...

Lovely aprons. I am sure they will sell well for you.

Bev C said...

Hello Gail,

I am sure these will sell like hotcakes at your Garden Party. I hope you manage to make one for yourself.
Happy days.
Bev.xoxo

Robyn said...

Gorgeous aprons. Love the red and they will surely be a hot item at the Garden party.

Linda said...

Lovely array of aprons.

Jude said...

Great aprons and well done for sewing for a good cause.