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Vintage Apron PDF Sewing Pattern Using 1 Yard of Fabric. Gender Neutral. Easy Apron Pattern with Pockets. Immediate Download. 34 Pages

Vintage Apron PDF Sewing Pattern Using 1 Yard of Fabric. Gender Neutral. Easy Apron Pattern with Pockets. Immediate Download. 34 Pages

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This pattern is based on my Grandmother's favorite apron from the early 1900's. She had added the favorite trim of the day, Rick-Rack, to her favorite gingham fabric for her "Sunday" apron. Rick-Rack had just come onto the market and ladies of the day were thrilled with it because it stood up to the harsh washing methods of the day. This pattern follows her sewing methods to create a fun apron. I have included 3 sizes, Small, Medium, and Large/XLarge. You will get tutorials for different finishing: Just like my Grandmother's, Bias Seam Binding(rather than Rick-Rack), Gender Neutral, and Extra Trim Please. They all take one yard or less of material to make a full-size apron with two pockets! That is not an easy feat, but my Grandmother's generation, and my Mother's, learned to make good use of every scrap of material they got their hands on. I am grateful as when I see a fabric that I fall in love with, but not sure what I want to make with it, I usually get one yard. Now I can make a beautiful apron for myself, my family or friends, from my fabric stash. Finished measurements, not counting the Neck loop*, of Aprons: Small 22 1/2" wide, 28 1/2" high; Medium 23" wide, 30" high; Large/XL 27" wide, 33 1/2" high. *Neck piece can be made as long or short as you like. The PDF consist of 34 pages of full color photos, diagrams, step-by-step instructions. Come along with me and make this journey into the past to make a full-size apron with only one yard of material! The PDF is available to you immediately after purchasing so watch for an email from Etsy with the link or simply check your Orders to discover the link there. Download and save to your computer for future uses. When you are ready to print choose only the pages you need to print for the pattern to save on ink and paper. Please print in Landscape mode at 100%. If you have any questions when making your apron contact me for help. You know the amount of fabric, 1 yard, and I recommend it be cotton. Add to that two purchased packages of either Rick-Rack or Double Fold Bias Seam Binding if you want the trims. You can also finish an apron without trim. Thank you for visiting our shop today. Please take a look around 4girlsdesigns to see additional and affordable PDF sewing patterns. 2021(c)4girlsdesigns



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