Art Deco 1930s Style PDF Apron Pattern

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PDF digital download of Art Deco 1930s Style PDF Apron Pattern. A one-piece a-line panel Art-Deco-inspired apron with scalloped hem and contrasting trim. Small pockets on either side of apron between trim. Neck and waist ties keep the a-line silhouette in place without being too tight. This pattern includes a lot of self-made 2" bias binding and 3/4" trim topstitching.

Recommended fabrics include cotton, cotton blends, muslin, seersucker, poplin, quilting cotton, and shirting fabric. Fabric needed: 1-7/8 yd (1.7145 m) total including 1-1/4 yd (1.143 m) of main print and 5/8 yd (0.5715 m) contrasting 42” (1.0668 m) wide fabric for 2" (5.08 cm) bias binding and ¾” (1.95 cm) trim. Seam allowances are ½” (1.27 cm) and are included in the cutting dimensions of the pattern, with the exception of the ¾” trim (fold under edges and press to ¾” width). Pattern can be customized to larger sizes by cutting longer neck ties and waist ties.

Downloads include separate components for the main apron pattern, the contrasting bias binding and trim, and also for the photo instructions . I have also included a separate download for instructions for printing out your PDF pattern using screen shots.

This PDF pattern prints out 15 (fifteen) 8-1/2" x 11" sheets of paper for the main apron, 9 (nine) for the contrasting colors, plus five sheets of instructions using Adobe Acrobat Reader, available at Instructions include photo illustrations. To print using Acrobat Reader, go to File/Print and then go to Page Sizing and Handling. Click on Poster and click the box that says Tile Only Large Pages. Then click Print.

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