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Pattern Reviews> Decades of Style> 2802 (1928 Flapper Apron)

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Posted on:8/11/05 10:27 PM
Last Updated:1/9/09 11:58 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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sewtime said... (1/10/09 11:31 AM) Reply
Very cute aprons! Pretty material.
FreyaStark said... (1/10/09 4:32 AM) Reply
What gorgeous fabrics! Well done. I'm fond of this pattern myself.
Vintage Joan said... (1/10/09 1:39 AM) Reply
I like all your versions of this apron. Your new yellow-orange one (Jan. '09) is very sunny looking! :)
carnelian said... (12/19/05 1:37 PM) Reply
Glorious color and pattern combinations! Thanks for the group photo.
lisaquilts said... (12/18/05 10:10 PM) Reply
Wow! These are so cute and bright, wonderful colors. So let me get this straight: they get these great aprons AND and a gift card? I'm with Liana: how can we get on your list?
Mary Stiefer said... (12/18/05 9:10 PM) Reply
These look great. I love your color combinations.
Liana said... (12/18/05 7:45 PM) Reply
So cute! How do we get on your Xmas list?!! :)
jemgirlca said... (12/18/05 5:06 PM) Reply
Cute aprons and great gifts! I might have to try this pattern.
Peggy L said... (12/18/05 4:44 PM) Reply
Really cute aprons and great gift idea.
drsue said... (12/18/05 1:53 PM) Reply
Wonderful gift idea! I wear my apron all the time, I'm sure your gift recipients will as well.
Amy F. said... (8/16/05 8:06 PM) Reply
That is one cute apron! Love the fabric choices.
touran said... (8/12/05 9:54 PM) Reply
How cool that you had vintage fabric. The apron looks great.
CarolynGM said... (8/12/05 6:10 PM) Reply
Love it! My grandmother made all sorts of things, aprons especially, out of feed sacks.
Hilary said... (8/12/05 9:10 AM) Reply
Very cute! I like this pattern too :o)
Mary Stiefer said... (8/11/05 11:48 PM) Reply
Great looking apron
drsue said... (8/11/05 10:46 PM) Reply
Great apron and a terrific use for vintage fabric!
 
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