I've been so tickled to see other people as equally as in love with vintage aprons as I am. Recently, Stephanie at Mama Unraveled 2 shared one of her beauties. And just this week, Amy over at Angry Chicken posted her beautiful collection of aprons. And I just stumbled on this book at Amazon, which I hope to check out soon. Most of mine come from my grandmother and great grandmother, which for a sentimental gal like myself, is such a treat. I'll show pics of my favorites, and then a group one at the end to save this post from become nightmarishly long.
And here's the rest of them. The browns on the bottom are a bit much for me to actually wear (am I remembering the 70's perhaps?), but I do like them anyway. Oh yeah, and there are the two that I got last weekend here.
And please forgive the terrible picture quality on this one it won't stop raining here!), but I wanted to show how I've been storing/displaying the aprons. I was so sad to keep them in drawers for years (I mean, you can only wear ONE at a time, right?), so finally I started keeping them out and on pegs in the kitchen like this. I move them around once in a while so I get to see them all.