Vintage Stuff Tweeted for 2011-12-11

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How to Make a Vintage Apron : Attach the Retro Hem

How to attach a retro-style hem to your vintage apron project; learn this and more in this free arts and crafts video series taught by a design expert. Expert: Candi Cane-Canncel Contact: Bio: A native of Miami Beach, clothing designer and costumer Candi Cane-Canncel is a definite craft maven. Filmmaker: Emily Dell

If you like this video, you’ll find our restored Vintage Apron Patterns to be FABULOUS!


Romantic Heart Apron Pattern (#APR0102)

Black velvet ribbons run through embroidered beading at the waist, and tied around the neck is a new feature in this dainty apron of a soft light weight drapery fabric with Dresden China like sprigs of flowers on a white background.

View and Download this FREE vintage apron pattern below: Read more

Wedge-Shaped In-Between Table Plan(#FP0100)

Make this modern wedge table from the 1940’s!  Plans to build a nifty Wedge-Shaped In-Between Table perfect for creating a conversation area in your living room. Easy to make with plywood and veneer on the edges.

Free download!

You can download the plan and directions for this Wedge-Shaped In-Between Table by Clicking HERE.

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Charming Utility Apron Sewing Pattern (#APR0101)

An apron that is both cute AND functional – complete with a matching cap!  Restored and refreshed from the 1940’s!

This is another FREE sewing pattern for you to enjoy 🙂

You can download .PDF of this FREE apron pattern by CLICKING HERE.

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