Added Oct 21, 2009
Gingham apron made from a vintage pattern from “First Steps in Dressmaking” by the Woman’s Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences Scranton PA 1949 Edition
1m of cotton blend gingham. A heavier weight/better quality gingham would have made a much sturdier apron but this one will be nice for my daughter to wear while serving at parties (she loves to cook).
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