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Vintage Sewing Pattern Simplicity 1846: Misses' Set of One-Yard Aprons

From Pattern Back: Gay aprons for entertaining of gift-giving. All views have waistband and tied-ends. V. 1 features contrasting heart-shaped pocket outlined with rick-rack and appliqued dove holding letter on right side. V. 2 and 3 rows of ribbon and bow trim. V. 3 has 2 pockets with flower trim. Apron features 2 rows of lace edging. V. 4, felt apron with contrasting tie-ends and rick-rack has Christmas motif appliques.

Copyright 1956

One Size
# of pattern pieces: 4 and transfer

Condition: Pattern is cut, complete and in Very Good condition. It is MISSING part of the pocket transfer for the heart pocket in View 1. Instructions and remaining transfer are included. Envelope is in Good condition with some wear to edges.


I check all patterns for completeness and any missing pieces will be noted. Additionally, this pattern is vintage and so it may have minor tears and holes. I will do my best to acknowledge anything major.

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1950s Half Apron - Simplicity 1846 Vintage Pattern - One Size with Transfer - One Yard Apron


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