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Pattern Reviews> Other> 8032 (Ladies' Aprons)

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Reviewed by:JKimes
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Posted on:5/10/11 10:30 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 3 people   
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JEF said... (5/22/11 10:22 AM) Reply
Very pretty and a wonderful connection to your grandmother.
JKimes said... (5/21/11 8:12 AM) Reply
Thanks to everyone for the kind comments! Becca, there were no instructions re: the bib, but based on the many historical movies I've watched, the bib would be pinned (or maybe even sewed) to the wearer's clothing.
becca a said... (5/20/11 7:14 PM) Reply
What a lovely apron. Does the top section get pinned to your dress front or is there a strap or tie at the neck?
AnneM said... (5/16/11 8:10 PM) Reply
Lovely style, and vintage aprons can be so nice!
Mushroomlane said... (5/16/11 1:24 PM) Reply
great job. Looks complicated. Really like the gathered section in front!
HatBuddy said... (5/14/11 7:14 PM) Reply
Very special!
marec said... (5/13/11 7:40 PM) Reply
So pretty-and how nice the pattern came from your grandmother.
CAgirl said... (5/12/11 9:41 PM) Reply
Just one word... LOVELY.
donaleen said... (5/12/11 11:39 AM) Reply
I'd love to see this apron on you. I do so like vintage aprons.
mizvi said... (5/11/11 9:53 AM) Reply
I love white aprons. They are really easier to care for than would be imagined. especially these days with special care whiteners etc. Sweet apron and I am sure you felt a special connection to your grandmothers while using their pattern.
LynneMR said... (5/11/11 1:29 AM) Reply
Gorgeous delicate looking apron - so pretty! I love that you made it from such an old family pattern.
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