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Vintage Bib Apron Full Size Pattern Feedsack Era Sewing Project 40s 1 Yd Fabric APR 8002

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This auction is for one of Effie's Reproduction full size bib apron patterns! Our research indicates that the copyright restrictions for this pattern expired long ago and were not renewed, making it in public domain. Effie has hand traced this old apron pattern and had it printed on oversized paper. So, there is no need to mess with graph paper to enlarge to the actual size. This pattern boasts that it can be made from one yard of fabric and often a full size feedsack would have been used! It also calls for 3 yards of bias tape. This is a mail order pattern that I would guess dates to the WWII Era or earlier one size ~ I would say a size small to medium. Complete instructions are included for creating this apron. Use this pattern to create a great apron for that special occasion or create these to sell at your next church bazaar or craft show!

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Vintage Bib Apron Full Size Pattern Feedsack Era Sewing Project 40s 1 Yd Fabric APR 8002

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  • Vintage Supply from the 1930s
  • Craft type: Sewing
  • Feedback: 68 reviews
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