Good morning and welcome back to Victory Vintage. Today i am showcasing a pattern i am just finishing up. I fell in love with this on the web (i'm sorry i dont know where i got it) and commenced to making it.
|Lisa of Snoodlebug Vintage|
how cute is this?
does anyone see her dress? her shoes? (swoon)
A smile makes an apron so much prettier!
The color possibilities are endless with this one
i love over the head aprons.
The only 'problem' I've ever had with them is a good, voluminous set!
nothing says WWII or 1940s than a red, white and blue apron!
I love the empire waist and criss-cross back on these!
Gingham and Pie! my two favorite combinations!
Simple, fabric saving aprons (because of fabric rationing)
were dressed up with embroidery and colorful fabrics
The cute 50s housewife!
This one is just perfect for a party on the porch! (notice the little tulip pocket!)
His and Hers!
That's all for now.
I hope you enjoyed this little trip through history with me.
Which one was your favorite?
Ready to get crackin' on vintage aprons now?