Well, a few weeks ago, I was organizing my sewing space and came across the paper pattern I made from her apron, and I realized that, as the pattern pieces are smallish, I could scan them and share them with any readers who are into sewing and free stuff. This revelation coincided nicely with Debi of Fashions from the Past's announcement of Sew Grateful Week (thanks Debi! What a great idea!), and this is my humble thank you to all of you in the wonderful online sewing community who have inspired me, provided information, support, etc. over the past couple years: thanks again!
So, I did, in fact, scan my pattern pieces and turn the whole thing into a nice, tidy-ish little pdf file for your downloading pleasure. I included a sheet with instructions and the measurements I used for my apron panel and ties. If you are an experienced seamstress or seamster, you probably won't need these. If you are not, they will probably just confuse you. If you end up with a hooded parka, just know that I gave it my best shot. I hope you enjoy it! Do note that this is an ungraded pattern, but it should fit a range of sizes. If any of you do sew an apron using this pattern, I would love to see it and hear about it.
Click here or use the button in the sidebar to get your free Vintage Scalloped Apron PDF download. And thanks again! And again, and again!