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Re: Aprons - try this - sew to plastic


From: Carol Hudrlik (chudrlik_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Aug 31 2003 - 08:03:30 PDT

I was at a Michael's arts & craft store recently & they have very basic, no
pockets, aprons on sale for about $2 (reg. about $4).

Becky Thornton wrote:

> WE have a Church flea market where I volunteer time in the summer. I sort
> clothes! Nice way to meet folks. Anyway, regular, chef type aprons were
> 41. So I bought enough for a t least one class. They don't match! But
> they were $30 or less for 30 (if they weren't "pretty, they went for less)
> and I didn't have to make them. They are cotton.
> I thought that the apron project was a good idea.
> Our kids bring supplies and I think the moms would like this if I could find
> an inexpensive source.
> Some kids just HATE to wear anything that someone else has touched!
> Becky
> >
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