Vintage Apron Patterns

Apron patterns are easy to use and make great gifts for the ladies.

Gold and silver middy braid trim crisp organdy apron

Party apron takes only 1 yard of organdy and 3 1/4 yards of both gold and silver trim.

To make: Cut 30x15" rectangle on the bias. Mark six diamonds that have 5" sides along bottom of the rectangle. Cut; leaving hem allowance.

Hem, add ties and the braid.

Designed by Ellen Yard.

Metallic woven tape is all the adornment needed.

Golden richness of metallic tape brings shining beauty to this pretty organdy gift apron.

To Make: You need 7/8 yard organdy, cut one piece 36x18 inches; two ties 30x4 inches; and a waistband 15x5 inches. You need 7 yards of tape so you can stitch 5 rows on bottom, 2 on at waist.

Design: M. F. McDonald.

Trees made from skirt facing parade across apron.

This festive gift costs little to make, yet is so attractive.

To Make: Follow the directions given above. Tree trim takes 2 yards skirt facing. Make trunks from 7 1/2" strip folded half lengthwise, cut in 5 pieces.

For trees, cut 15 strips 4" long. Fold, press into triangles, 3 to a tree.

Design: M. F. McDonald.


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