Monday, January 4, 2010

Maryjane's Apron...

"I consider my apron pure farmgirl genius, handy for the zucchini that won't wait another day, eggs that need gathering, and apples begging to become a pie."-MARYJANE BUTTERS

In homage to the lovely Ms. Butters...I present pincushion Number 3.

Phew, 362 to go.  I might need some help in coming up with ideas way before then.   If you want this one, please go to my Etsy site, it is for sale there!

Smiles from the farm,


  1. OMG, that is just too darn cute! I love that. Did you come up with that one yourself? You are so talented. Can't wait to see more.


  2. I am overcome with the cuteness.

  3. I have seen that pattern somewhere but I can't remember where. You did such a great job that it sold!!! Hurray for you, I am so happy, keep them coming, you are doing great. Char

  4. Iam in lurv with this one, so sweet ♥

    Dutchy on MJF

  5. You are going to become famous and then I can say I knew you when. WOW! --Lili

  6. OMG, they get cuter every day!!!! Love it, love it, love it!!!

  7. Your creativity is astounding. And your sewing talent is amazing...but I knew that the minute I saw that "goat bag", you made. I applaude your comittment. Pin, turtle, tomato, egg, chick, rabbit, pine tree, hat, seal, moose...and yes I would love to see a goat too!
    hugs, Kathleen

  8. I linked to your blog again on my blog. Hope that's ok. I had to share the cute pinkeeps with my few followers. :)

  9. Lisa, I agree with Kathleen and the goat idea. If you do, how about a Nubian?

  10. Now that is the cutest apron pin keep I have totally ever seen!!! So cleaver. You are amazing!

    Found you today on MJF

    Blessings, Linda
    Prairie Flower

  11. I am the proud owner of this pin keep and it is cuter in person that in photos! It is so CUTE and I love love the little pins. Keep up the good work, Lisa! Job well done.