1930s Great Depression reproduction apron pattern with full bib, ruffled hem and back ties for American Girl Dolls
Depression era aprons were often made from feedcloth, recycled material from sugar, flour, and livestock feed sacks. They were cut with an a-line silhouette to cover as much clothing as possible with a minimal use of fabric. During the depression people didn’t have the luxury of new clothing or a large wardrobe. Aprons protected existing clothing from damage during everyday chores.
Reproduction feedsack fabric is very popular and available at most local fabric stores.
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Feb 19, 2018 by 123hollyhock
Very clear instructions, results are adorable, I will use this pattern a lot for my Kit Kittredge and Ruthie Smithens dolls.
Aug 14, 2017 by Patricia Sears
Love having this pattern in my library. It was easy to follow and worked up quickly. Love this shop.
Aug 10, 2017 by De
Apr 30, 2017 by Christina Haigh
Haven't tried making it yet but I'm excited to have found it looks simple to use. Wish me luck! :-)
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