This vintage McCall’s cloth or vinyl apron pattern is so versatile, we’ll bet you’ll want to make several to give as gifts! Best of all it’s easy sewing and there are versions for men and women: “Apron A crossed in back, has buttoned forward shoulder line. Edges and pocket are bound with bias tape. Apron B, C with pocket and bib shaped front has neck strap, back tie belt. Suggested fabrics: All views – Linen, Denim, Canvas Cloth, Vinyl, Poplin, Cotton Broadcloth, Ginghams, Sailcloth; View B, C – Suitable for Stripes.”
Pattern: McCall’s 3063 (9 pcs w/instructions, partial cut & complete, appears “B” apron pieces were cut, small fold on bottom corner of instructions and small tear on bottom)
Size: Large 16 to 18 (view A), or One Size (view B/C)
Bust: 38 to 40
Envelope: Fair/poor: wear & tear at corners and top flap, age discoloration & spots, penciled name on front, small piece of tape on flap
Listing is for this sewing pattern, not the finished item. Listing is for the original pattern, not a copy. The first photo has been edited to highlight pattern, all other photos are as accurate a representation as possible. All images are subject to copyright, and may not be used without permission.
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