having an apron party

I saw this original pattern for sale somewhere- on Etsy maybe?- dated 1925, and thought it SO cute that I wanted to use it as inspiration for my own version of the pattern. Then I made a bunch of aprons to give as Christmas gifts this year. I’m so proud of myself because every year I want to make my gifts and then can’t get it done. Well, this year I managed it. I can make this beauty in just a few hours time, so that was a major plus in my favor.

Here are the results:
Along with the apron, I collected a few of my favorite depression era recipes from a variety of original sources and made a small booklet to give to my family.
You are invited to download the (entirely free) recipe booklet here:
http://www.sewchicpatterns.com/images/Dep_recipebook.pdf
Find the apron (less expensive than the original was!) I call Clara Bow here:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/63619858/womens-1920s-style-apron-pattern-sew

Happy Holidays from Sew Chic Pattern Co.!

• Meet the Author • Archive from Blogger



Love what you've seen so far? Subscribe by email to receive all the week's posts delivered to your inbox in one big glorious email every Friday.

Inbox overflowing? Follow us on Bloglovin instead!

Find the WeSewRetro crew chatting on Facebook and sharing pretties on Pinterest.

4 comments… add one

  • These are gorgeous, and what a wonderful idea. I may just copy you for next year's batch of presents!

    Happy Christmas.

    Reply
  • what a fabulous pattern- love that they're bias cut. i'm sure the recipients will be thrilled.

    Reply
  • aw, so cool I want one too. :)

    Reply
  • They are lovely and you put so much effort into the recipe book too! I'm sure the recipients must have been very happy

    Reply

Don’t Be Shy » Leave a Comment!