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Shop Closing Sale----From the envelope:
Copyright 1948

In style 1, the bib and apron are cut in one. Lace trims the shoulder straps, shaped pocket and outside edges. A shaped neckline and tie ends are featured. In style 2, rick rack and ruffling accent the lower edge of the skirt, shaped pocket and bib. A neck strap supports the apron and tie ends fasten in a back bow. In style 3, embroidered edging is stitched under the self ruffle at the lower edge of the gathered skirt. Ribbon bows and tie ends finish the apron.

One size

Mostly uncut. Instructions included. Pattern pieces have been counted and are complete. Envelope has some rips around the edges. Ink writing on front.

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CLOSING SALE 1940s Full and Half Apron Pattern Scallops Ruffles Simplicity 2644


  • Vintage Supply from the 1940s
  • Materials: paper, tissue
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