Friday, November 12, 2010

The Plumber--Because the Peachy Princess shouldn't be all alone!

 Today I finished the the Plumber apron that is to accompany yesterday's Peachy Princess apron.  This was a lot of fun to make because I haven't made as many aprons for men.  It was a nice change of pace!  Designing this one took some creativity because I wanted it to look like overalls, but still have the red shirt feel even if the wearer wasn't wearing a red shirt.  This is why it is lined in red underneath the overalls bib.  I like the way it ended up looking, and although different from the original character.  I had some oversized yellow buttons that worked well to complete the top and keep it looking somewhat cartoonish!

This apron is on my female mannequin, which is a very petite young lady, so it is a bit large for her, but it should fit a strapping gentlemen quite well.  I'm in love with this apron!

The Peachy Princess can be found here.
Pretty as a Daisy can be found here.
The Green Plumber can be found here.





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