The viewing screen on my camera is cracked, making it almost impossible to take nice pictures. It wouldn't be so back if there was a window to actually see what I was shooting (like in cameras that require film), but there's not. So, I have been taking about 20 pictures of items, hoping at least one turns out. And that worked for about a day, and last night I cried because my pictures looked like a three year old took them.
Which means, until I get a new camera, I will be posting pictures of some items I made in the past couple of months, but didn't share with you. I shouldn't even tell you that since you haven't seen it, you'll think it's all brand new material and I've just been a busy little bee! :)
Any suggestions on good cameras go buy are welcome!
Today, I am sharing an apron I made for a friend that moved to Denver a couple of months ago. While it was sad to see her leave, I understood and supported her move completley. Ursa was my homemaker buddy; we shared a passion for making as much homemade stuff as possible and Ursa is always in the kitchen. So when she announced she was leaving I knew that as a going away present I'd make her an apron. To make her think of home whenever she wore it, I made it a Louisville theme.
I had an apron I never wore, so I just cut that up and used it as a pattern, and used scrap fabric I inherited from my grandmother. This was my first attempt at an apron, and I must say I am pretty proud of it.