Vintage Sewing Patterns

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  • Brickwork Afghan Pattern Making this Brickwork Pattern Afghan is a great way to use up fabric scraps.  Alternately, I really like the suggestion made to use special fabrics – suits, dresses…etc. This could make a very nice memento for someone. For a practical, inexpensive, and pretty afghan we recommend this patchwork afghan in a brickwork pattern. It is an ...
  • Mother’s Baby Apron Pattern This apron provides protection not only against splashing water but also, across the shoulders and back, against baby’s spit-up or drooling. Cut in one piece it is easy to make, and is especially attractive in white outing flannel with contrasting touches of baby pink or baby blue. PLEASE NOTE This apron is easy to make. However, we advise ...
  • Sewing – Vintage Image from the 1800’s This is out of an old book from the late 1800’s    
  • 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: www.candiland.com Bio: A native of Miami Beach, clothing designer and costumer Candi Cane-Canncel is a definite craft maven. Filmmaker: Emily Dell If you like ...
  • 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: Heart Apron Pattern, Vintage Apron Pattern//
  • 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.
  • 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. $5.99 – Instant Download – .PDF file Digital Download / .PDF file viewable with free Adobe ...
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