Three Feminine Aprons by Kwik Sew
Kwik Sew 3396 is a feminine apron with a retro flare. This pattern is designed for woven fabrics and would look great in today’s quilting cotton. Purchase bias tape for View B or make your own. The half apron (View C) features rick rack around the bottom and pockets. Buy this pattern and the supplies you need to sew it, at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer.Tweet
Vintage Apron Tutorial by Sew4Home
Sew 4 Home has posted a step-by-step vintage apron tutorial encouraging you to create this floral apron for yourself. The apron is pictured in fabrics from the Flower Sugar collections by Lecien Fabrics and Wrights Extra Wide Double Fold Bias Tape in Lime.
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Pieced Red & White Apron
Sue at Sew What’s New made her own half apron pattern from an apron her grandmother had. She used a bold red polka dot with crisp white and pieced this apron in strips. Pretty Neat!
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Vintage Bath Apron
Here is a vintage bath apron I found on TipNut, made from outing flannel. You might consider absorbant terry cloth or a repurposed bath towel. Bathe the baby, pull the ties loose and wrap up your little one. Find absorbant fabric, trim and thread for this apron and all your sewing needs at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer.Tweet
Rita celebrated “National Tie One On Day” by Giving a Vintage Apron
The day before Thankgiving, Rita gave her niece Amy one of her vintage aprons and a cookbook in celebration of “National Tie One On Day”. Find retro apron patterns, fabric and bias tape at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer.Tweet
Cook’s Cover-up – Indygo Junction
Cook’s Cover-up (IJ733) A Kathy Frenholz Design for Indygo Junction includes full pattern for embroidery to give it a vintage look and comes with instructions for a shorter and a longer version. This apron can be finished with bias or bodice facing. Find this and other great apron patterns at your local independent quilt and fabric retailer.Tweet