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Posted on:2/10/11 3:11 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 8 people   
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LynneMR said... (5/17/11 8:33 AM) Reply
What a fabulous old pattern and you turned it into such a cute apron.
renren said... (3/15/11 1:39 PM) Reply
I love this apron, too, and paired with the perfect fabric, you've created a winner!
Margaret said... (2/27/11 10:55 AM) Reply
I love this apron, especially the rickrack points around the edge! Great fabric too.
treefrog said... (2/14/11 1:48 AM) Reply
Gorgeous apron and such a lovely fabric
fourkid said... (2/12/11 7:35 PM) Reply
I LUV vintage patterns. This is so cute. Your choices of the print and the ric-rac just make this so lovely.
MamaSewing said... (2/11/11 10:01 PM) Reply
Great apron, I really like the fabric as well!
katlew03 said... (2/11/11 9:39 PM) Reply
This apron is so cute. Love the fabric -- perfect for this pattern.
Julia C said... (2/11/11 11:24 AM) Reply
Very pretty apron & great link for more patterns!
 
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