Wednesday, February 2

Apron Give-AWAY

February 19th I will choose a winner.
If you want to be entered into the contest.....
Leave a comment with the word *APRON* in the sentence.
Tell your friends about the contest.........
I added a twist...........

there are two aprons
the winner gets to choose which one they want
the other one will be for sale
after the contest is over

                                                                     #1 apron
                                                                  Hello Spring!


Kitten Size Pocket

4 Spring Fabrics
waistband 26 inches across
from waist to hem 36 inches

#2 Apron
Spring Dream

from waistband side to side 25inches
from waist to hem 35 inches

large gingham ruffle..........thick ric-rac.............kitten size pocket
lots of flowers and buttons

(will only send to USA)

hop over to the Hutch to see more !!


gina said...

I was remembering that on Peter Rabbit, his mother always had a fresh apron when folks came to visit. She called them pinafores. The young girl bunnies, Floppsy, and Moppsy had to have fresh aprons as well.
Aprons are so useful in and out of the kitchen especially ones with pockets.
We use them at my fireworks stand each summer to carry all kinds of things we need.

gina said...

Aprons are a wonderful item to have in and out of the kitchen. We use them at our fireworks stand to carry needed items.
My husband has some favorite movies he likes to share with the grands. The "Peter Rabbit" movies. In these movies Peter's mom always has to have a fresh apron when company comes to call. The girl bunnies must have theirs too. Mother calls them pinafores.

Lynell said...

I love aprons! In home economics in 7th grade, I made an apron of blue checked gingham, with smocking stiches across the bottom. I was so proud of it. My mother always made aprons, and through the years, my mother-in-law has also kept me supplied with hand made aprons. Now, I hand them down to my granddaughters. They love them!

Sara said...

I haven't got a new apron in a long time! I still have that Texas one you made me but I think I could stand another. Apron! Apron! Apron! Apron! Apron! There! LOL

Martha A. said...

I love aprons! Growing up we had this red apron, not the prettiest thing, but worked so well!

Anonymous said...

is family eligible for the apron giveaway??? my mom always had odds and ends in her apron pockets: tissues, dental floss, spare buttons, silverware, occasionally a phone, sometimes toys....we always knew who wore it last!

Robins in the Trundle Bed said...

We're so glad we found your lovely blog!! We have long adored vintage aprons and love your vintage inspired creations!!! Aprons bring back memories of grammy baking and the good old carefree days of our childhood.
Take care! Sheila and Sherrill

Barb D. said...

Aprons. Can't live without them. Perfect for crafting. Your site has so many inspirations and beautiful things. I'd love to have one of these aprons for rabbit grooming day (nail clips, weigh ins, etc). Keeping my paws fingers, crossed.

Angel said...

You make the prettiest aprons (Does that count, you said "apron"...) I know because my little girl has one and it is so precious! But my purse was made by you, I just cant wear that <3

Chas said...

I had to remove my post... I didn't read where you said I had to use APRON in the sentence!
I was too busy thinking about kittens in the pockets! <3

This is what my original comment said,
Kitten sized pockets ... swoon!!! Both are gorgeous! Please, oh please!!! :)

So I will add.... Please, oh PLEASE let me win a beautiful springtime apron with kitten sized pockets. :)

Lynn said...

Lynn sat APRON a little stool by the mailbox and waited for her Mobunny package to arrive.

Grammie Kim said...

Dear Mobunny,
It is so much fun to watch you do this giveaway. I think the second one is the most beautiful. :) Don't put me in the giveaway, cuz I have some beautiful ones already. I just wanted to say this is so fun.
Love ya, BB.

Dusti/mamalovesdaddy said...

I loved when I bought something from you- and you put a picture in it grin My 4yo has been carrying it around in her purse for about 2 years and she shows it to everyone!
Dusti- who could definitely use another apron to replace the threadbare ones ;)

Dee said...

One of Mrs Mobunnys aprons would put a smile into my day.:) You can not have to many aprons.

Anne said...

I love them! I feel so happy when I wear an apron, esp a pretty one. I would LOVE to have one made by Mrs. MoBnny!!!!

Jersey Mama said...

I think I have a couple of aprons somewhere ... they got packed away when we moved ... I should look for them ...

OR I could win a brand-new one-of-a-kind apron! Then I don't have to go searching through boxes. Plus I would get a package in the mail and doesn't that just make everyone's day better? :p

Rebecca said...

Whoever wins the Spring Dreams APRON is going to be one happy woman! I wear the APRON I got from you a few weeks ago frequently. Because I dress up for everyday (or so I'm told) I enjoy wearing an APRON most of the day, EVERYday!

(Does that mean I might be eligible to win THREE APRONS?)

or would that be 4?

Mrs. Mobunny said...

it's OK to plural apron...........

Bev from the Shed said...

Oh I love all your aprons! I could never choose, they are all so cute. If I won, I'd have to purchase the other one too!

Karen said...

I love aprons!! You love aprons!!!
We all love aprons!!! (especially ones that come from Mrs. Mo ~ They are some of my favorite!!)

JLS said...

My favorite apron in all the world is the purple one you made me years ago. Every time I wear it I think of you and wonder when I'll see you again. Our winter is slipping away quickly and I tell my husband we have to go visit you during our winter, I don't like the heat.

Love you guys,

Mrs. Mobunny said...

JLS, come see us in M-A-R-C-H !! It's the prettiest time of year.

Carrie P. said...

Lovley aprons and very cute buttons on the pink floral apron.

Lessons Learned said...

When I was little I wondered why moms and grandmas always wore aprons. I thought them quite unnecessary. Now that I have 4 kids and spend much of my life in the kitchen, I've found that I love aprons. Especially when they are as pretty as these! Who knew you could get dirty in a kitchen?

Leslie Berridge said...

I feel a need to wear an apron when I am cooking with my church clothes on or when I am working with dye or curry. I find that when I don't wear an apron I usually wish I had. I need a full body apron for most of my apron needs.

Sheri Hepworth said...

I think that I shall never see
Aprons as lovely as Mobunny's.
With gingham and buttons and pockets for kittens,
Aprons by Mo have many women fully smitten!

Pen Pen said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love the aprons!!! Please enter my name in the drawing! Apron, apron, apron! ;o)

Rae said...

The strings were tied, It was freshly washed, and maybe even pressed.
For Grandma, it was everyday to choose one when she dressed.
The simple apron that it was, you would never think about;
the things she used it for, that made it look worn out.

She may have used it to hold, some wildflowers that she'd found.
Or to hide a crying child's face, when a stranger came around.
Imagine all the little tears that were wiped with just that cloth.
Or it became a potholder to serve some chicken broth.

She probably carried kindling to stoke the kitchen fire.
To hold a load of laundry, or to wipe the clothesline wire.
When canning all her vegetables, it was used to wipe her brow.
You never know, she might have used it to shoo flies from the cow.

She might have carried eggs in from the chicken coop outside.
Whatever chore she used it for, she did them all with pride.
When Grandma went to heaven, God said she now could rest.
I'm sure the apron that she chose, was her Sunday best.

I miss you Grandma...I'm quite sure she would have enjoyed a MoBunny apron for each occasion !!

I would certainly be proud to wear one...Mrs. MoBunny !

Miss Emma said...

I remember my mother wearing her apron. Sometimes she would have it on all day if she was cleaning the house. You could find all kinds of treasures in the pockets. I need to get back into wearing one. I love em.

Peach said...

I love the stories I hear about Susannah Wesley whose kids would not bother her while she had an apron over her head. She would sit and pray.

I like the Spring Dream. It's very Peach-y. (:

ancient one said...

I posted about your apron give away on my blog tonight. Good luck everyone!!

bettina said...

aprons bring back so many childhood memories that you have forgot about thru everyday life when you see somebody with one on!! bring back smiles and laughing for the thought of what you can find inside the apron pockets!, unless it was only a tissue!!! bettina

Sue St Clair said...

Those are lovely aprons! Too bad I am in Canada, but good luck to everyone who qualifies! :)

Leah and Heather said...

Our favorite aprons are our MoBunny-made ones! The ones with jingle bells.

sschneringer said...

I was trying to remember the poem that Rae posted about Grandma's APRON. That always reminds me of my own grandma who raised a family from the covered wagon, to automobiles, trains and even became an international travel (planes.) So modern and traditional at the same time. An apron should be in every home!

JTR said...

I love aprons, and so do my girls when they cook! There is something so special about them.

Margarette said...

I love aprons!