Where did the summer go?

Dear Ladies,

These last 2 months have been very busy for us getting children off to school, Monica’s real estate business, an unscheduled appendicitis for me (yes, you read that correctly!), my liturgical vestment business and a lot of custom orders for aprons.

When we launched our website we had no idea if any of you would also love what we do, or whether anyone would care to have one of our aprons.  We have been so amazed and overjoyed with the comments and thoughts from all of you.

We’ve made several custom aprons from your own keepsakes, and our biggest thrill is hearing that you love what we’ve created!

We are now finally catching up with our custom orders and have just updated our website – Every Apron Has a Story with 3 new aprons.  Say hello to our newest additions (or click the above link to go directly to our website):

Ella

Louisa

Viola

We have also recently added several aprons to the Mary Jane’s Farm Store in Coeur d’Alene, so if you are in the Inland Northwest to see the lovely fall colors, be sure to stop in and see them.

Autumn has blown in and it is beautiful here in the Pacific Northwest!

God Bless You All!

Melissa and Monica

Welcome

Hello dear ladies-  We would like to use this blog to let you know what we are busy designing and sewing.  Thank you for taking the time to read it.

We were so excited to be interviewed for MaryJane’s Farm Magazine.  Monica and I had the pleasure of meeting MaryJane in June and had a lovely dinner with her, her family, farm family and store family.  It was a true delight for us.  She is just as gracious as we hoped from reading her magazine for many years.

We have received wonderful feedback from the article which helps us get to know you better.  Having the aprons in the store has been great, but we never get to know or hear from the ladies whose homes they have come into.

Orders off of our website have been steady and we have received many custom orders using your treasures.  That is a joy for us.

Thank you for trusting us to create something special with them.