How to make 1940s heart shaped aprons -sewing
This is a vintage 1940s wartime sewing pattern for cute heart shaped aprons for both adults and children- very sweet for baking together as a family and making wonderful cupcakes and baked goodies.
They make wonderful gifts, and made up in pretty printed fabrics could also sell well at fairs and even in shops.
The original pattern used gingham fabric but you can of course use any machine washable modern fabric- cotton is good as it washes well as they are likely to get stained when
baking, and it also has a nice crispness to it when ironed. Vintage floral and printed fabrics would look lovely for these as well.
Its an economical pattern from the make do and mend 1940s and only uses 2 yards of 36 inch wide fabric for both aprons
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