Quilting, Farming, Variety

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Cobbler Apron



A cute, lime green cobbler apron, daring you to dust a little flour down the front. I think I used this pattern in Home Economics class (probably the last time my waist was that small and a pattern cost forty cents). The apron wasn't difficult to put together, but very hard to iron above the pleats. Sometimes patterns can fool a person; in other words, I don't think I will make another apron by this pattern.


3 comments:

  1. That's beautiful! Love the old pattern!
    My first husband and I owned a Ben Franklin store (5 and dime), and my job was rotating patterns when new ones came in - that was a JOB!

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  2. That turned out really pretty!

    I'm looking forward to seeing some of the other aprons. I meant to look through my fabric today, but got busy doing other things and didn't get to it. I'll try to remember to do that this week.

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  3. Squeal! I love it. It looks good hanging there!

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