I know I am not the only one who will be spending a lot of time in the kitchen over the next few months. Although I will often whip up nightly dinners without an apron, when I start baking or cooking large dinners (like Thanksgiving dinner) I need to protect my clothes from my mess. There is something about putting on the "uniform" of an apron that really gets me in the cooking mood - and of course, I love all the different styles. [caption id="attachment_13657" align="aligncenter" width="250"]PIJ999-6T The Betsy Apron[/caption] Throughout the years I have collected many vintage aprons that I used as inspiration for Indygo Junction patterns. I have put together a video "look book" for you to see some of my favorite apron styles and patterns throughout the years. Not hosting Thanksgiving this year? Make an apron to present to your hostess as a gift. He or she would surely appreciate the gesture when juggling the turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce! [caption id="attachment_13659" align="aligncenter" width="250"]PIJ998CR-4T All-In-One Apron[/caption]

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