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Friday, June 27, 2008

Day 11 of an apron a day....

half apron
Polka dots! This apron is as popular in fashion today as it was when made. Polka dots are in vogue. It is easy to see this is a half apron that ties around the waist and no pockets. It is made of five pieces of fabric and rick rack trim. This is a very simple hostess apron; no sheers here. I really like the pointed waist band and the division of the apron with the two fabrics. This would make a great Valentine's, Christmas, or even the Fourth of July apron.

I believe this apron is from the late 1950's to the very early 1960's.

1 comment:

  1. I love this apron - that waistband is so neat as are the polka dots. I agree it is as stylish today as it was when it was made. Perfect colors!

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