Apron Pattern Crochet Vintage - 723002

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Crochet Apron Pattern

Here is an apron made up in a lacy mesh stitch somewhat distantly related to Irish crochet.

The original was made of a mercerized thread about the size of number 5 pearl cotton; use size 7 crochet hook.

A very pretty thing would result from the use of rayon crochet thread. White was used for the model, though pastels or even black would be pretty.

The flowers may contract, if desired, or they may be of same color. If desired, yellow centers may be used, color for the petals and green to connect the flowers. For a black apron, yellow flowers might be pretty.

The apron is about 26 inches wide and can be made as long or short as desired.

This listing is for the pattern only, not for the finished item.

You will receive a copy of this pattern, not the original pattern.

You will receive this pattern by Digital Download - PDF Format

Copyright Notice

This pattern is reproduced from my collection of antique books and magazines from the 1800s to the mid 1900s and are in the Public Domain, because their Copyright has expired.
The reproduced version I'm selling, its text and images are copyrighted to me, SHELL BEES TREASURES, with all Rights Reserved.

There are no restrictions on the number of items made and/or sold from this pattern.

When you purchase this pattern, you agree that you will not re-sell it or distribute it in any way.

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