Looking for a pretty apron sewing pattern? This 1950s Simplicity pattern is all that and more, as the longer version doubles as a house dress - sew versatile! “Misses' and Women's Housedress and Apron, Transfer Included: Patch pockets are sewn in side and side front seams, all Views. Belt is caught in side front seams. Tie ends form bow at back. Shoulder seams are open at outer edges, View 1. Applique trims pockets. Rick rack trims neck and pockets of View 2, which buttons down the back. Contrast bias fold tape trims square neckline and pockets, View 3. View 1 and 3 have one button at back neck edge.”
Pattern: Simplicity 3717 (8 pcs w/instructions, cut and complete, with flower transfer [due to age, transfer usability cannot be guaranteed], tear out of one side of instructions, but all info is readable)
Envelope: Poor: all-around wear & tearing, age discoloration
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