Sunday, February 15, 2009

Apron Pattern Giveaway

Hi ladies!!

I found some new patterns and the designer is a sweetheart!!! Mary Mulari has been in the sewing industry for a long time and she's got some great vintage reproduction patterns that I had never seen before. (Mary is coming to the Sewing Expo in Puyallup, WA Feb 26-Mar 1 - I can't wait to meet her. I'll be there on Saturday, and I'd love to meet any apron swappers that will be there too!!) Check these out:

I bought this "Hot Dish Apron Pattern" at my local Fabric Depot. Now, I know that Hot Dish is another name for Potluck, but I kinda think it's a cute and flirty name too ... I might just add a ruffle or two to mine.
These Clothespin Aprons a bit different than the patterns I've seen before, especially her full coverage version:

This is her No Strings Apron, a unique style that uses two one-yard cuts of fabric:

A "Wrap Front" pattern that fits comfortably around the neck and then adjust ties:

The reversible "Church Ladies" apron that would be so cute in coordinating designer fabrics like Amy Butler or Sandi Farmer:

And, her newest "Newfangled Reversible Aprons" -- this one pattern package includes three adult apron patterns, one childs apron, a doll apron and a pattern for those cute dishwashing detergent bottle aprons, too.

One lucky Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice Swapper will win a "Newfangled Apron Pattern" -- How??

#1 Everyone who POSTS A PICTURE on the Flickr page (or sends us one to post for you) will be entered.

#2 You get a second entry for going to Mary's website, drooling over all her goodies, and coming back here and telling us which of her patterns is your favorite.

#3 You can get your name entered a third time by posting a blurb about her patterns/website on your blog and posting a comment here telling us that you did.

Giveaway ends Sunday night, February 15.


  1. I'm posted in flickr under stevetulsi. And I like the zip and go bags pattern.

  2. I already have 3 of those patterns! They are awesome... aren't they?
    I posted on Flickr already!

  3. I love ALL of these patterns, but my favorite is the reversible "Church Ladies" apron. I've posted a picture on the Flickr site under Sugar Pie Chic. Look for my blog posting at:

  4. These patterns are Awesome! I went over to Mary's website to check out these adorable patterns. It was a tough choice - I pick the Clothespin Apron Pattern as my favorite.

  5. I uploaded some pictures to Flickr of my LOVELY SSEN apron & goodies that I received from my partner Shawnee (who did I get so lucky). I also blogged about my first apron swap at

  6. I blogged about Mary and her great Clothespin Apron pattern on my blog at

  7. The Totes to go pattern looks like fun, I love bags! I already uploaded my photos to flickr.

  8. My Favorite Pattern is the Wrap Front pattern!

    I have uploaded pics to flickr:)

  9. Alrighty..
    I have posted a apron in our flickr group
    have drooled all over Mary Mularis web site
    and fell in love with
    Church Ladies Apron pattern
    No Strings Apron Pattern
    Mary Mularis Wrap Front Apron
    I did order all 3..whoa!
    Have posted about Mary Mularis and her wonderful web site on my
    This was really fun and awesome pattern too
    Hugs Sherrie

  10. I posted on Flickr but I don't know if it was the right one, because it isn't showing up here. The group was called valentine aprons. If I am wrong, let me know. Also, I visited Mary's site and purchased some. My favorite is the hot dish! I also loved the Church Ladies Apron. I am blogging about it too. My blog is

  11. I have made the Church Ladies apron about 10 times...I love it! I will post about Mary on my blog.

  12. Love Love Love the apron pattern and that zipper tote. Now how clever is that. I think I might have to purchase that apron pattern.
    Diane O.

  13. I luv Mary Mulari's the "Midwest yaya sisters sewing fun". Looks like lots of fun things to stitch & make....
    I was hoping to be able to go to the Sewing Expo & meet Mary, but I can't take the time off from work... bummer!
    EllynAnne Giesel posted over on the MaryJaneFarm forum that she had the opportunity to meet Mary & that Mary Is such a delightful lady.

  14. very very very fun ... loved the Newfangled reversible ... yay!

  15. I love the hot dish apron pattern for carrying veggies from the garden. I posted about Mary on my blog and posted pics to flickr.

  16. I love the hot dish apron pattern because of the number of pockets it has. It always seems as if I am loosing something! Blessings...Sherry


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