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How to Make a Vintage 1950's Apron Part 1

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Uploaded on Jan 19, 2011

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This is part 1 of "How to make a vintage 1950's apron." I created this simple apron design because I love the 50's and putting on a cool apron makes house chores a little more fun.

This apron is gathered so that it has a slight fullness to it. I used a plain white cotton fabric for the body and Michael Miller's "Home Economics" fabric in yellow for the border, waist, pocket and ties.

The free pattern and instructions are located on my website: http://www.howtobliss.com/2011/02/how...

MUSIC is by Kevin MacLeod, used under a Creative Commons 3.0 license.
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