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Handmade Aprons

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"Sunshine" is a vintage repro apron made from 100 % cotton gingham check and pastel yellow flower print. This style apron dates around the early 1950's.  It has a waistband, long tie ends, with contrasting deep pockets, middle piece, and gathered ruffle accenting the waistband.

 

 

"Home Sweet Home"-This adorable apron for little ones will fit children sizes 6-12. The country blue fabric has a warm, home sweet home welcome, with the print of pineapples and a country little home.  It has deep pockets and is trimmed in tea-stained old lace for a primitive vintage look.

 

 

"Home baked Holidays" This Holiday apron is perfect for the time spent in the kitchen baking Christmas cookies with Grammy. It is made from a beautiful holly and berry print fabric with gold stitching through out and trimmed in white and gold lace. This  Christmas apron comes in one size for children and will fit size 6-12.

 

 

"Strawberry Shortcake" Dolly and Me Apron will fit children sizes 6-12 and an 18" size doll. These matching aprons are made from Strawberry Shortcake fabric with bright green contrasting pockets, and long ties. Both aprons are trimmed in matching pink lace.

 

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"Green & Yellow" Flowers Apron

This adorable half apron is 1950 vintage. It's little yellow flower print is offset by the green rick rack and fabric.  It has long ties for tying in the back. 

 

 

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The apron came about because of practical necessity. In years gone by, people didn't have the luxury of owning a large wardrobe. Washing and drying clothing was not done on a frequent basis. So aprons served a practical purpose of covering up the dress underneath to project it from soiling. This made washing much easier.  The apron would be washed every couple of days but the dress or clothing underneath did not have to be washed as much, perhaps maybe once a week. Click here for more apron history information.

 

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