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Polka Dot Apron Pattern (#APR0100)

Refreshed and Restored from the 1940’s, this nifty Apron pattern will add zing to your kitchen! Materials needed to make the Polka Dot Apron: Polka Dot Cotton – 1 yard Percale Bias Trim (double fold) in two contrasting colors Snap Fastener Sewing Threads to match.

Closet Shoe Rack(1945’s)

To get the full plans and directions for building these Closet Shoe Rack CLICK HERE MOTIFS that symbolize the purpose of a household accessory contribute novelty to the object if the motifs are as well chosen as the one for this shoe rack. Here a riding boot has been utilized for each upright supporting two […]

Scrub Brush Sander Used at Lathe(1945’s)

To get the full plans and directions for building these Scrub Brush Sander CLICK HERE AN ORDINARY scrub brush affords one of the best means of sanding objects turned in the lathe. It is vastly superior to most other methods. Sandpapering a spindle turning without some sort of backing is hard on the hands because […]



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