Great for workouts and living life. Two types: 1" velvet backed (for extra grip) and 2" reversible. Fabrics always changing... contact me to see what's in stock. $6 each or 2 for $10
Having a home shopping party and want to add something different? Contact Ginny about having some baskets of hairbands for your friends to choose from.
Anselma Market Scene: Happiness is new hairbands!
My mother circa 1960, namesake for the Joanie apron
A Whole Pile of Love
A friend of mine gave me a History of the Apron when she heard I was sewing them. It goes something like this:
Every woman used to wear an apron. Out of necessity. Closets weren't packed full of clothes and aprons were easier to wash than dresses. But they were used for so much more than protecting clothes. They doubled as potholders. They dried children's tears and sometimes cleaned out ears. They carried eggs from the coop. They were hiding places for shy ones when company came 'round. They carried kindling in for fires, vegetables for dinner from the garden, apples from the trees. When unexpected visitors drove up the road, they were used to whisk dust off furniture in seconds. Aprons got dirty and probably germy by today's standards. But I don't think anyone ever caught anything from an apron. Just a whole pile of love.
Farmers Market days are over now for the winter, but they'll be back in spring!
Penn State Great Valley Market
Last 2010 Anselma Market day, complete with double rainbow!