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A 1920's woman wearing a housework apron that is full length with criss cross straps. - Public Domain Photo
Vintage, retro, cute and funny Apron Patterns you'll be able to sew and will enhance any kitchen.
How to make an apron plus books and ideas. Sewing an apron for yourself or your kids is made easy with all these great patterns.
Aprons keep you clean in the kitchen and can make a statement about you. Besides being worn in the kitchen, waitresses, nurses and others wear
aprons. But when you think of an apron, the kitchen or housework apron comes to mind.
Need an apron pattern? Here you will find all types of apron patterns. Vintage, retro, kitchen, funny, kids, novelty and handmade apron patterns.
Usually the mom is the principle person wearing an apron but now you will see dads and kids wearing them too. It's become the fashion to ware one around the home while doing household chores. In fact the first Monday after Mother's Day is the official, Wear Your Apron Day.
Some of these apron patterns come with a bonus pattern for matching oven mitts. Plus the pattern will usually include different sizes and give you a choice to add a underskirt, straps, ties or bows.
The vintage or retro apron pattern gives you a way to show off pretty fabrics and will give you a unique look in your home. You can also get retro patterns for kids.
These patterns come in all shapes and sizes. If you can't something from the ads on this page trey the links as their add more varieties. When working in the college cafeteria where I went to school we had plain white aprons that covered us really well. However just for fun some of the guys would like to wet them and give the ladies a swat on the backside. Of course we ladies got them back.
My experience with aprons comes mostly from college. But a friend of mine loved to wear them. She would be working in the kitchen and when I came in you could tell her apron was really needed as it had flour and other signs that a cook was doing her art. An apron can make a statement around the kitchen telling others what your taste is in cooking ware.
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This first photo shows a young woman named Sandy wearing an apron with a Christmas design on it. The design is from the 1950ís and looks really cute. She had the photo taken for a blog she is writing and you can find it if you click through the link under her photo.
Right below this is a link where you can find free apron patterns. The free ones are near the top on the right side after clicking through. Be sure to come back after checking them out because there is more on this page to see.
The vintage and retro aprons are really popular and look so friendly and warm in the kitchen. They remind you of family and how things used to be when the world wasnít in all this upheaval. This picture above is on a piece of thin cardboard and was bought at an antique shop. The woman in it looks content with her meal preparations and you can imagine that she has a nice family and probably a lot of kids.
Retro apron patterns is all the rage today and can be found here. Just check out the ads and once you look you will find more selections to choose from.
In high school sewing class used to be mandatory and most of the time a apron was the first thing you learned to make. I can remember my own class and making several items.
I canít remember the apron but I do remember the dress I made. It turned out all right except that the sewing was a little crooked. However no one could tell unless they looked close and I actually wore it to church.
When we worked in the kitchen classroom I am pretty sure we all wore aprons. Probably the ones that we made in class. This was a nice way to introduce students to the art of cooking and sewing.
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