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#5438: Ladies' and Misses' Apron circa 1911-1914

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Pattern #5438: Ladies' and Misses' Apron circa 1911-1914

Size: 36" Bust

This pattern was published by The Pictorial Review Company in New York. Written directions are enhanced by matching notches and numbers. The pattern contains four pieces.

This pattern is easy to sew and easy to wear because it has raglan sleeves. It fastens with five buttons in the back, from neck to waist.

Suggested fabrics: Aprons were made of printed cottons, gingham and percale. The most popular color was white. Other colors were blue-plaid, blue and white check and black-and-white-check.

Materials required: 3-3/4 Yds. 36" wide, 3-1/8 Yds. 44" wide.

Cost: $8.00

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