Feb 24, 2008

name that apron

the second apron pocket 1

the second apron ruffle

waist band gathers

The Next Apron Pattern

Number Two apron pattern is no longer just a drawing on paper! Here she is, in her first workup. Number Two features all the fifties' flair imaginable, with a ruffled hem, two pockets with cloth-covered button details, a gathered waistband, and some optional bodice bows. For a perfect fit, Number Two offers a curved seam bodice and skirt, which lend it its retro vibe. Fully lined, Number Two has no exposed seams and will last long enough for your great-granddaughter to put it to good use. The only thing Number Two doesn't have is a name!

That's where you come in! Help me give Number Two a name she can be proud of! Leave a comment, and in a week's time I will pick the name that most tickles my fancy. Keep in mind that I like the idea of old-fashioned women's names for my aprons (i.e. Emmeline) but I'm open to other possibilities as well. The winner will receive a copy of The Apron Book by EllynAnne Geisel!
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After the naming, all that's left is writing the instructions, drafting the pattern pieces in Illustrator, laying out everything in InDesign, sending the draft out to testers, revising, re-sending, and printing. Nothing at all, really! But this naming contest should be so much fun. Maybe I'll even get some ideas for naming my future children, as well. :)

Happy naming!

Meg

373 comments:

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Patty said...

How about Tallulah?

Chelsea said...

How about Carmelita?

heidimonkey said...

You know, my friend has triplets named Lucille Grace, Ida Mae, and Ruth Ellen (Ruthie) and I think any of those names would be fantastic for this lovely retro apron. So very cute!

Maud said...

My grandmother's name was Wilhelmina, and I love it. Perhaps this would be suitable for an apron. She loved aprons, and had always one on her.

sarah said...

I've already posted my name suggestion (Belle, although I see a lot here I like just as much!) but I'm back to say, could you possibly post the yardage Miss #2 will need? I have a bit of fabric right now I think I'd like to put aside for her but I want to be sure I've got enough. thanks!! And again, I think I speak for us all when I say, please hurry? pretty please?

Donna said...

Myrna, after Myrna Loy, one of my fave actresses. She played a lot of moms in her time!

Amy said...

What a sweet pattern and design! My vote is Abigail.

Ruby Rabbit said...

What a neat idea! What I thought of when I first saw it was Sophia or Gloria.

jill said...

Geraldine. Totally Geraldine. I was watching "Palm Beach Story" today with Claudette Colbert and that was her characters name. I thought instantly of your apron. So there you go. Can I change my vote? or add one more?

picperfic said...

how about Doris? This apron just made me think of Doris Day!

WendysWTN said...

The names Eliza and Jane... or Eliza Jane come to mind. And yes, I am thinking a little Little House. I haven't read all 210 (!!!) comments though, so don't know if it's already been suggested. =)

Cel said...

How cute. I was thinking of pigtails with the two bows. The names I like would be

Catarina. (Ladybug)

Pigtails.

laurakburchell said...

I'm going to suggest Anyssa or Aurélia :)

monica said...

I think it should be called "darling, I'm home!", because it reminds me of those old movies in which the housewife opens the door to her husband with a smile and lipstick on and a roasted ham with pineapple ready to eat on the table...

monica said...

I think it should be called "darling, I'm home!", because it reminds me of those old movies in which the housewife opens the door to her husband with a smile and lipstick on and a roasted ham with pineapple ready to eat on the table...

Florence said...

Laura, Lucille, Violet and Amelia, Rosalie, Rosamond and Thumbelina, Eliza and Grace....I must stop now!

I love the apron.

Shermanim said...

Oh, I was patiently going through the list looking for my suggestion... I was almost to the end when my heart fell, there it was... ALMA. I love that name. My other suggestions would be Tikva (hope) or Tova (good).

Jane said...

what about LouLou like my Nana?

racurac2 said...

ladybug in spanish(at least in Venezuela) is coquito, so why not "Coquito"?

Anonymous said...

How about Tangerine? Whaddaya mean, "that's not a name?"

Time Flies said...

First time commenting avid reader cute cute apron! i couldn't get through all the comments! So many:)

How about Matilde, or Imogene (Idgie from fried green tomatoes) Seems like a Sassy apron for Sassy ladies!

bernadette Benz said...

Lovely new apron design! Well, I was raised by my apron-wearing Mom and Grandma in the 1950's so it would be fun to have an apron with my name: "Bernadette'".

Bonnie D. said...

This apron screams out 'Eloise'!

Kris said...

I immediately thought of my little own two little slices of sunshine.

Caroline Aline & Abigail Alice

I also think of a the girls favorite book:

Chrysanthemum

Naomi said...

Ladybird, like they call ladybugs in the UK!

Jensta said...

Gorgeous apron! I think it looks like a Maybelle- kind of girl (or Mama) next door-ish.

Beth said...

You have a lot of nice names from which to choose! I've seen this on the list already, but I do think the apron looks like a Caroline (long "i" sound). It's a great old-fashioned name that is still popular today. Just like your apron would have been as popular long ago as it will be now.

I found your site through U-Handblog and I'm glad I did. Emmeline is a wonderful looking apron.

Naomi said...

ladybird, what they call ladybugs in the UK

Ms. Can't Be Wrong said...

I'm sure it is already on here more than once, but I would name this apron:

Sophia

It's beautiful!

Maureen said...

How about Edie? (one of my dogs' name) or Lottie.

tracy said...

oooh! what a cute apron. how about Lulu or Maryann? I have only boys, so i never got to use my girl names. have fun picking just one name.

trfloor said...

How about...

Josephine

:)

Jen said...

Yeah, I instantly thought Lucy.

Tracy said...

The apron is absolutely adorable!
For what ever it made me think of one of my childhood dolls....Ms. Beasley. So going with the theme of the apron I'm tossing into the ring "Lady(bug) Beasley."

Anonymous said...

It should be something incredibly glamorous...like Ginger or Ruby!

Brenda said...

My daughter's middle name,Elizabeth-Rose of course!

Bonnie D. said...

Heloise would be perfect.

Luvkids334 said...

Wow, what a lot of suggestions.

The name that sprung to my mind was SaraJane.

Good luck choosing.

Anary said...

Ok..
Mildred (or nick Millie)
Judith (or nick Judy)
Carlotta, Zizi, ...
Ok I can think about so many others, but I think I will sto here..
Great beautiful apron...

Blakely said...

I first thought of Lydia or Abby, and then I some how got stuck on names that start with "M".

Matilda
Marcie
Margie
or
Marjorie

I love the pattern!

LeapingLizard said...

With the bows, it looks French to me. I'd call it the Suzette apron.

Sarah said...

Gorgeous apron! I love the ladybugs! :)

Since ladybugs are considered lucky, how about Lucky Lady?

Or, Ella Bella? Or Norma Jean?

Coralee said...

frauline comes to mind, but no matter what you name it...It's great!

vacuum queen said...

Very cute. It looks harder than what I can do as a beginner. Perhaps I should be a tester to see if it's for beginners or not. hint hint.

I really hear it speaking "LUCY" or some version of that to me. "LucyAnne" or "Lucille"

It's got a fun swing to it, and the name should be old fashioned and playful. Lucille was a popular name in the 50's...

mama k said...

LOVE it! It's just so darling.

I think "Anna" would be the right fit. Simple, classic, yet feminine.

crafty lass said...

How about Bonnie Ruth, strong and old fashioned with a girly side? I love the details, hope it will come in 1x sizes.
stephanie

Jo said...

I love that we all want to honor our grandmothers and daughters and aunts. But not so many moms - maybe we don't like the baby boomer names? Such beautiful suggestions! How are you going to choose?

My suggestion is Reba, for my Nana. She grew up in the mountains of Western North Carolina with her 5 sisters and 2 brothers and I can just see the ladies - with their warm hospitality, gracious manners, and sweet drawl - wearing something like this around their kitchen.

Your patterns are terrific - I'm collecting them all!!!

Solveig said...

For some reason Molly was the first name that popped into my heasd when I saw this :-)

It's a lovely apron!

Melissa said...

Hattie (afterall it means "ruler of the home" and isn't the woman wearing the apron the ruler of the home - or at least kitchen? lol).

nava said...

I love Joan and Bette, but i also thought of Scarlett, and for some reason Constance. Oh, and now Winnie (as in Cooper). I need to stop or I'll be here all day.

Yolanda!

This also reminds me of what my Grandma used to wear (she was one stylish Mexican lady living in the big Apple) so, Teresa!

keithcindy said...

How about Beverly or Patience?

Mommy's Boot Camp said...

Love it... How about DLORAH...

Penny in VT said...

Mrs. Cleaver or, perhaps Donna, in honor of Donna Reed

Lola...again said...

It is a definite Mabel!

Katie Bella said...

A former drafting teacher's wife's name was Georgianna. I always thought it rather unique.
Genevieve is also lovely.

mmoody5741 said...

I love your new design....keep them coming. To me it brings to mind the 1950's and looks like it should be named "Rebecca"

Rach said...

"Lady Something"...lady in honour of this very first one made with ladybugs, and the something of your choice!!!!!! (ie don't use *something*, put another name in its place)

Chickenbells said...

I am eagerly awaiting Emmaline to come in the mail...and I love this one as well! How about the name...Tacy or Maude? (I didn't think I saw either of those)

maggie said...

What a beautiful apron. My suggestions for a name .../ Hannah, Stella or Bridget. All are names of my aunts.

Becca said...

Ginger....I was looking for a Beetroot and Ginger cake recipe just now...Beetroot just doesn't quite have that punch and it's not very 50's....but Ginger would be sweet.

The apron is darling! You've got a very classic, clean style.

Kari said...

Great apron! The details are so fun!!

Here's some name's I like:
-Daphne
-Flora
-GiGi
-Dorothea
-Betsy

village mama said...

Great contest Meg! Te felicito!!

The name: Bela-Jean. It's my 1.5 yr old's middle name which we created by hyphenating her paternal great grandmothers' first names.

I've spread the word here: http://filthyrichmama.blogspot.com/2008/02/name-that-apron-contest.html

schuyline said...

Paige or Ella are both great classic names...at least my daughters think so!

teri said...

The Augusta! I love that name.

forthebirds said...

I love this apron, my vote goes to Goldie!

rhubarbsky said...

Marcalie, Arabella, Amelie, Celeste, Cordillia. I'm sure it's in here somewhere, but Josephine is a keeper.
And, really, a great name right in your post:
EllynAnne!

Oh oh and Vivian or
Wilhelmina

Blakely said...

I hope it is okay to add one more. What about Lindy?

Jeanette said...

I vote for Milliscent.

Maybe Matilda as well.

Jennifer said...

An old fashioned girl's name I love is Amabel. I came across it reading the old English novels of Angela Thirkell (love those novels).

Elizabetta is another pretty name

SpiderWomanKnits said...

Hi! I am new to your blog and this is THE cutest apron ever. I am a serious apron junkie but a newbie sewer. Your patterns are so inspiring. Can't wait for you to publish this one.

I say "Simonne"! Cute, playful, but so feminine.

Asiyah said...

My choices for the apron's name are:
1. Betsy
2. Beulah
3. Tallulah (my dog's name)

Love the apron!

Sally BC said...

You need a fifties name - how about either DORIS or HARRIET???
Very nice.

Sally
http://sallysews.blogspot.com

Anna said...

Looks like a Kitty to me (from Father Knows Best). But someone beat me to that!

What about Gladys?

Brenda Blake said...

ERICA

Jenny said...

It looks like an Ellie Belle apron to me.

Thanks so much for sharing all of your wonderful patterns! I'm going to have to add your new ones to my birthday wish list...

Anonymous said...

you have so many comments, this may already be out there... but my vote is Sadie.

I love your blog!

rachel

Brooke said...

I'd love to nominate my Granny's name for your apron, Meg. Her name was Geraldine.

She would love that I am reading blogs about sewing and cooking...and aprons!

Great job on the patterns.
Brooke

Ellen said...

How about "Don't bug me while I'm cooking"?

Anonymous said...

Corinne/Cornelia Rae

sewiknit said...

I think its so cute...I would name her Little Miss Sunshine, because it reminds me of a beautiful sunny day in spring!

heather h said...

Lilli. Lilli the ladybug. She has a different spelling because she's a sassy sort. You know the kind; you love being best friends with her.

Susan Dyer said...

I am not sure my name suggestion was posted so here it goes again -

The Eleanor Rigby Apron - as in the song by the Beatles from the Sgt. Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band album.

North River Artist said...

Well it up to 280+ comments at this time. To many for me to review. I think the name "Dorothea" would be a great name. I love aprons. They are functional, but also remind me so much of being a child and donning an apron to help in the kitchen.

Vicky said...

Love Emmeline, but this one is even prettier. My suggestions are Enolia after my aunt. She was the oldest girl of 11 kids born around 1906.

holynickel said...

thought of another one....

what about Ophelia

Chin Yee said...

Wonderful apron!
How about Madeline? It rhymes with Emmelie!
We are reading this series of book by Ludwig Bemelmans at the moment. Not too sure whether someone had suggested this name.
Joining in the fun but no time to read all the wonderful comment/suggestion!

craftini said...

I like Augustine, but maybe it's a little too practical. How about Genevieve?

Anonymous said...

We are talking Fifties, right? Considering your love for the Trapp-Family I checked the names of the actors. There are two girls named Monika and two girls named Ursula (both of them siblings even), so it must have been a rather popular name. Or you could go with Ruth (Leuwerick, the actor of Maria).

By the way: Could you rethink this idea of having your own Trapp-Family, please? I guess it was sort of the role model of my parents, too, and me (and my siblings, but only two of them) were dressed in Dirndl dresses and "Lederhosen", singing in a choir and for the guests... and that was in the Seventies!!!
Anyway, I am sure you will have a wonderful family!

Greetings from Germany, Bele

Wanda said...

How about Margie?

the long thread said...

I had a great-grandmother named Viva and I always liked that name.

Some ancestors that I considered naming our girls after are Angelina and Sarah Grimke, two abolitionist sisters from South Carolina. They have an interesting story: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grimk%C3%A9_sisters
Not the cutest pictures!

Gigalea said...

What about Adel?

Jennifer said...

Jennie Anne. I can see myself wearing this apron a lot!

They say if you name something then you own it. I want to be the first in line to order it when it is ready to go on the market so I offer a variation of my own name. I just love your aprons.

Jennifer

Shawn said...

Well I love the name Isabel since it was my Grandma's name. We called her "Izzy" for short.

I also like Bethany though. :) after my daughter.

downstairs Designs said...

Looks like an Abigail to me...then you could make an option for a half apron, and that could be Abby for short!

Amy Caroline said...

Well my first choice because they are fabulous names were Evangeline (Eva) or Lola, but those were taken. There were also lost of Lucys, so here is my take on Lucy:
The Lucia.
Oh wait, some one had that one too!! LOL... well, those are my votes.
I love the apron! Wish I could sew though. I always have to have my mother in law make them for me!

claire said...

How about Clairessa? Flirty and old-fashioned at the same time. This is my name... :)

claire said...

Oop..I meant to include this name on my previous comment: Camilla. I LOVE that name.

jen said...

This looks like an apron my great-grandmother wore.. her name was Mary Valley (which is my daughter's name too!)

annielnb said...

What a gorgeous apron! I just ordered the Emmaline pattern, and I can't wait to sew it! My vote would be Madeleine, after my daughter who wants to be a chef when she grows up. :-)

Jenn said...

I see this Apron as a Laura. The bow ties at the shoulders remind me of the bow ties worn in Laura Engles' pig tails on the Little House on the Prairie show.

upstateLisa said...
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Lavendergirl said...

It should be called, "Betty", because it is so pretty and that is just what people used to call a pretty girl.
"She's a Betty"!

Also, I would love to be a pattern tester. You've seen the reading pillows I've made, on flickr and by the way thanks for your comments!

upstateLisa said...

I can't believe the competition.... but I will give it a try too. I am thinking Caroline (as in Caroline Ingalls from Little House on the Prairie). It would be such a cheery apron for her to do her work in. Great apron!!!

becky said...

Ladybug, ladybug
Fly away home.
Your house is on fire,
Your children alone!
All except for little Anne
She hid under the frying pan.

Anne seems a little too plain, and that is a smashing apron. So how 'bout Annaliese?

Sue@CountryPleasures said...

I love it, another great apron! First name to come to mind was Aunt Bea, then PeggySue!

Stacey said...

what about Hannah-Rose? I love the mix, as well as them being my grandmothers names.

Asiyah said...

I suggest
1. Tallulah (my dog's name) or
2. Evelyn (my g'mothers name).

Cute apron!

Asiyah

Andrea said...

Well I'm totally loving the Emmaline and have created two so far :). I'm totally excited to pop on here and see proof of another apron in the works!!

Without looking at the other 307 suggestions :) mine will be,
Miriam. It's old, as in Moses' sister old :) but I love it!

Let me know if you need any testers for this one, I so wanted to on the Emmaline, but knew I couldn't with all my holiday sewing obligations :P.

michelle b said...

My three year old LOVES aprons. Every day when I start to make dinner, she opens my apron drawer and chooses the one she wants me to wear. I've noticed she always chooses my vintage ones for me to wear. I looked at your new pattern and thought "OH! Ivey would love it if I had one like that!" So, I would have to suggest my little girl's name for your new apron - which is an old fashioned name too - Ivey Anne.
~ Michelle B

Kennedy & Friends Co. said...

marylou would be my favorite old fashioned name. hope no one has picked it yet....i gave on on trying to read over 300 posts!!!! best, nathalie

Kate said...

Eulalia was my grandma's name. My first choice is Gertie, but I think someone said that already - you can put my vote for that.
Love those old names too. My daughter is Zora (one you don't hear much any more)

Almamater said...

Angelina popped into my head when I saw it. Very cute!

Violette Crumble said...

I'm going for Verla or Paloma. I love the apron whatever you name it.

claire said...
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Pinky said...

Sallie Anne
50's, feminine, southern, lovely

Pinky said...

Sallie Anne
fun, 50's, feminine, southern
brimmage@nts-online dot net
(sorry for two posts, forgot to include my email earlier)

filigreefinery said...

How about Sylvia? She was my favorite apron-wearer of all time... my mom!

karla said...

Adelaide

sigrid said...

For me, this would be a Doris (as in Doris Day *ggg*).

Quinn said...

My first thought was Alice too. But today after dropping off my son at school I ran into one of his pals.... Zelda. She would wear that apron. A name that we don't use too much but still can be quite fashionable.

You have so many to choose from... good luck. It is a beautiful apron!

sassypriscilla said...

First thing that came to my mind was "flouncy." I love it. How does one get to be a tester? What a great job.

Diane said...

What about Ada or Eva? Have they been suggested?

frontporch16 said...

The apron is sunny, simple, cheerful, and pretty just like "Mary." From the Blessed Virgin to George Bailey's devoted wife in It's A Wonderful Life to everyone's beloved grandmother, Mary is goodness. Mary bakes apple pies. Mary has naturally rosy cheeks. Mary faithfully writes her soldier boy and sprays a little (not too much)perfume on the letter. The apron looks like a Mary.

Anonymous said...

Am I too late? Hundreds of comments ahead of me, can't read them all, but want to make sure this is in the hat: Gladys! Gladys! Gladys! My grandmother's name and such a beauty. Almost makes me want to have another little girl, just to use that name. (My first girl's Flora Jane.) Congrats on all your pattern success -- you design such lovely things! -Nancy in NC (nancywalters44@hotmail.com)

jenn said...

Hi,
Wow,
I go with Georgette(my 95) grandmother.

Or, Prudence. Love love your apron patterns!

Jenny said...

I vote my aunt and grandmother's names:

Cecelia or Celia

Jane or Simone?

Jenny said...

Rosie (the Riveter)

Heather said...

Evelyn Sophia!

MaMa said...

The June Cleaver

Looks great and that's the first thought that came to mind.

Anonymous said...

Totally adorable apron! I think "Amelia" would be cute, or "Ladybug Lilly". "Penelope" is my mom's pick. :)

Adorable apron!

Morgan

Anonymous said...

Just remembered! Suzanna or Isabella are some of our other picks. :)

Morgan

tracy said...

How about Esther or Charlotte. Have fun picking just one name.

SofiaS said...

How about "Miss sunshine"!?
It´s so bright and sunny..!!!

kristib said...

Lydia. That's what this apron looks like to me.

Anonymous said...

Audrey!

Hannah said...

How about Liliana?

tena said...

how about scarlett?

Ms. D said...

It's beautiful, graceful, timeless,
pure and sweet...bewitching.

...Samantha...

Jill Manning said...

I absolutely love this apron, and that it gathers on the side...I have one similar to it and the only thing that it lacks is the gathering at the waist and the adorable ruffle at the bottom!
I love the name Elinor! You could nickname it Ellie or just stick with Elinor. It was my Grandma's name and actually what I am naming my daughter when she is born. But it was also the name of one of my favorite Jane Austen characters from Sense and Sensibility. I hope this helps!

jemima bean said...

Of course I have to throw in my grandmother's names! :)

Edie and Meryl, both apron-wearing, amazing women. One was an amazing cook, the other an amazing quilter (I inherited my sewing gene from her!)

Lisbeth said...

So many names! So many choices! I don't think either one of these has been suggested yet:

Adelaide or Clementine

The apron is just adorable...love the details.

Anonymous said...

Adorable apron -vintage but sassy!

How about Lulu? Its what we call my friend Lucy, and boy does she have spunk!

Jen L

kate said...

How about "Lily"? Your new apron is so strong AND feminine...just like "lily".

If you need anyone to preview the pattern, I very much volunteer!

Jenaveve said...

I really would love to have said Sadie, my grandmother's name, however it's already been used above, so I will go with my other favourite name: Heidi.

Flassie's Fil'a said...

A few more names to add.

Audrey
Claire,
Gabriella,
Kimimela meaning Butterfly

Caprial from Caprial & John's
Kitchen Cooking show on OPB.

jillytacy said...

Your new apron design is great. I immediately thought of Melinda as a name, not sure why since I don't know any Melindas. Someone else suggested Nellie, I agree that's a good name too. No matter what you decide to name it I call it cute! Another wonderful pattern by Meg. I love your Emmeline apron pattern. It's popping up all over the crafty blogosphere! Congratulations!

Wendy said...

I think Kathryn would be great!

griffithsk said...

I thought Dixie as soon as I saw it.

Tracey said...

Rosalie? or Juliana? or Gillian. Love those ladybug buttons, by the way.

Heather said...

Or maybe Libby Lu?

Heather said...

My first idea was Hazel...don't think my comment posted

GardenGoose said...

how about Daphne Rose?

Lisa said...

Gorgeous!!

How about Marelise? (sort of a variation of Mary Alice)

Kerrie said...

"Kiss Me Katie"

Just gorgeous...!

Kerrie said...

Kiss Me Katie. Just gorgeous.

van said...

Id name it Vida (Life). I totally see this being a part on everyday life, either bright colors or more discrete ones. so gorgeous.

Abby said...

i am sure this has been named... but I was more curious about how to purchase a pattern. I love the look! please let me know if you have any patterns to purchase!

abby

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