40’s inspired apron

As I have this magazine named “La Familia” (The family) from July 1949, I decided to use one of the embroider patterns that come with it; I tryed to do the apron as the lady in the picture. My apron is not very full so it looks kind of funny.
By the way, the blouse I am wearing is Butterick 4985, a moder pattern.
I tryed to edit this post but I see I don’t know how to do it correctly because I did not wanted the order of the pictures like this :(

• Meet the Author • Lizzy

Mexican who loves vintage fashion from the 50's and 40's, since I was a teen I wanted to take sewing lessons but never did , now I am taking sewing lessons to make my vintage style clothes.

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4 comments… add one

  • The apron is cute and the embroidery adds a charming touch!

  • i like the top :D so i just ordered the pattern.

  • Yikes – I just ordered the top, too!
    Like the apron, and don’t think the embroidery looks at all funny, if you’ll pardon my saying. So nice to see a vintage Spanish magazine – is it from Mexico or Spain?

  • Hi! Looks really cute. Did you make the apron? If so, could you point me to a pattern?



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