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1928 One-yard Bias Cut "Flapper" Apron by Decades of Style

This wonderful apron from 1928 is the answer to the question, "what can you make out of 1 yard of fabric??" It is cut on the bias and is designed to be made from a 36" square of fabric. The drape is great and it fits everyone. We played around with it and found we also liked the 2-yard reversible version. Also included is a child-sized apron pattern. It will fit the 8-12 year old but we also got it to work for a 5-year old by pleating up the length at the waist and tying it snugly. It is amazingly cute! There is only one size for the adult pattern because it is designed to use exactly one yard of fabric. Rest assured, it fits just about everyone as is! Because of the bias cut, some vertical and horizontal print designs are not appropriate. Category:1920's
$9.50