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Drafted up from a small grid pattern in an old 1930's magazine this is an adorable and easy full covering apron in the old fashioned Farmhouse style. Slips on right over your head and drapes beautifully to protect clothing. This Pattern to make it has complete sewing directions and optional ties, but I discovered you don't need ties on this one.
You will need two yards of cotton fabric which will allow for matching trim, or 1/3 yard of a contrast color for trim if you prefer. Finished length is just above the knee on me, and I'm 5'5" tall.

Pattern is shown with some 30's reproduction fabrics that have been cut out to become finished aprons offered here in the shop. See My other listings for finished aprons in reproduction 30s fabrics, plus new kits to make the apron!

A Timeless Apron - Simple Farmhouse style pattern


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