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Question about Edwardian Apron Pattern
November 19, 2016
10:23 pm

Hi, Ladies, maybe one of you has tried making this pattern....I have the pattern, but I want to know what do you wear under it? I wish this pattern had the simple dress it shows under it on the photos. Is there something specific I should wear under it? Or could I make this apron into a jumper somehow? Perhaps instead of tying it -- I could add buttons and buttonholes? I am hoping to get some fabric for this -- but I don't want to buy anything till I have an idea how to wear this apron. God Bless--Julie in Texas

March 24, 2017
12:23 am

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Hi, Julie,

I made one of these aprons, and use it generally when I bake. Sometimes I wear a long skirt like the Beatrix Skirt, or other skirts, or sometimes Tshirt and shorts. I use the ties, buttons can work too though. What I especially like are the pockets, nice and roomy. 🙂

If you make one, I'm sure you would like it.


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