Added Dec 29, 2010
My grandchild Dora needed an apron for playing in her Kindergarten. There were some remnants in my stash. The one with droppy polkadots is a heavy blueprint fabric I got from a museum-village, where they dye fabric with this ancient technique.
The pattern is McCall’s 2213, I made a one-piece pattern out of it. I sewed the pockets in one step, but the seam did not come out so nice on one side. So I embroidered it with a chain-stich-line.
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