Thursday, January 29, 2015

FREE PATTERN FRIDAY - Hostess Apron

1950's One Yard

Hostess Apron



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A Perfect match with your fitted sheath, this perky little apron. The perfect mid-century housewife had the house spotless, dinner in the oven,candles lit, cocktails ready, and dressed for dinner before the man of house arrived home from a "hard" day at work.

This apron takes just one yard of your favorite vintage cotton or a great new designer fabric. Check out some of the Pattern Patter Team Members' shops for some great choices. 

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14 comments:

  1. What a cute apron! It goes perfectly with a sheath dress. :-)

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  2. Yeah Deb I ALWAYS cook in a sheath dress and an apron.....doesn't everyone?

    Cute pattern!

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  3. cute pattern! my mother always wore an apron -

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  4. This is so cute...and the illustration is killing me with its cuteness!

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  5. Adorable!! everyone should have one or two...or a few dozen hostess aprons. Love this pattern! :)

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  6. This pattern is super-easy.
    I whipped one up very similar last December for a hostess gift. My friend is an
    outstanding cook but a non-sewer. You'd have thought I'd given her
    a Cadillac--just because I took the time to make it. In reality it only
    took me about 2.5 hours using fabric I had for years.

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    1. People who are non-sewers love getting a handmade item! I've made dresses for nieces and again quick & easy, they fall all over thanking you!
      I made my Sister in Law and her granddaughter matching aprons a year ago for Christmas. They were adorable!

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  7. Cute apron, Thanks Catherine!

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  8. Sweet and simple to make. Not much more anyone could ask for. :)

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