Monday, January 18, 2010

Apron Pattern Love

I have found a number of great apron patterns over the last couple of years at yard sales and thrift stores. Just thought I would share them with you today. Wouldn't this one be cute for Valentine's Day?
Three styles - all sweet:
This one looks like a very practical style:
Here's another great pick, perfect to wear while cooking up a Valentine's feast:
Practical again - and pretty! Yes, please! Dress them up in a myriad of ways - rick rack, pom pom fringe - so cute!

I like them all. I really think I need to (re)learn how to sew!


Tina Dawn said...

These are all great patterns. I could do a whole post on apron patterns too and not duplicate the ones you showed! There is just something about aprons that I love. So many styles, so many fabrics, so many trims, so useful. Great idea, great post. Get to (re)sewing. Love T

black eyed susans kitchen said...

I love those patterns!! I just looked at them and thought of all the fabrics to use and how fun it would be to sew a few of them up...I really live in the past in my head sometimes.
♥, Susan

Jennifer D said...

Such a wide variety of styles you have. I love the ladies on the envelopes, so cool.

Midcenturymadam said...

I wonder if you have to have a 19" waist to wear them? I like the smock apron with the skinny pants. It's so Laura Petrie.

Anonymous said...

i agree with the laura petrie comment. my gram and grandma both were huge home cooks so wore aprons every day - almost all day. i love all the old patterns. gram was also a huge home sewer. most of my clothes in kindagarten were made by her. oops forgot to sign in.....yosemite faith

Anonymous said...

Pretty cool blog you've got here. Thanx for it. I like such topics and anything that is connected to this matter. BTW, try to add some pics :).

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Oh, thank you very much for sharing these patterns! We love and collect vintage apron patterns and they're the hardest to find! These are all wonderful. Twyla