Vintage style aprons

Step back in time with these vintage style aprons that will add a touch of nostalgia to your kitchen. Explore our top picks for aprons that combine classic design with modern functionality.
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A new sewing adventure to bore you all with: I borrowed a vintage apron pattern from Lemonianta and used it to make her an apron as part of her birthday present. It turned out well, and here it is…

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Sue Burns
Teal Blue floral vintage style apron perfect for cooking/baking indoors and grilling outdoors! Whether you're hosting a dinner party or having a peaceful dinner at home, these aprons are so cute and comfortable that you won't have to keep taking them off while you're running in and out of the kitchen.  Please let me know if you have any questions.  CARE: Machine wash cold and tumble dry low and iron if needed.  **DISCLAIMER**PLEASE READ** ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND CANNOT BE EXCHANGED/RETURNED.  Si Vintage, Sewing Aprons, Easy Sewing, Apron Sewing Pattern, Aprons Patterns, Apron Pockets, Couture Facile, Patron Couture Facile, Aprons Vintage

Teal Blue floral vintage style apron perfect for cooking/baking indoors and grilling outdoors! Whether you're hosting a dinner party or having a peaceful dinner at home, these aprons are so cute and comfortable that you won't have to keep taking them off while you're running in and out of the kitchen. Please let me know if you have any questions. CARE: Machine wash cold and tumble dry low and iron if needed. **DISCLAIMER**PLEASE READ** ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND CANNOT BE EXCHANGED/RETURNED…

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Doris mi
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Aprons took on a new role in the 1950s. Many were still practical, designed for a woman keep clean while cooking or maintaining the home. However, 1950s aprons were also becoming prettier with decorative details that had little if any use. The apron was a mandatory part of the housewife's uniform. She had to look

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Cathi Barzilauskas