McCall 1905; Circa 1920's; Hostess Apron Set: This modern woman serves Sunday night supper becomingly attired in a "Sunday night" frock, but with a fetching, fluttery apron- and even frilly cuffs- to keep it spotless. The simple little apron is a really charming affair, cunningly trimmed vertical rows of applique. It is deliciously feminine made in a flowered organdy lace trimming, smart in a polka-dot with plain bias bandings, and elegant beyond words in a crisp black taffeta with silk bias binding trim.
Featured in McCall Printed Patterns catalog, February 1933
As featured in the August 1931 McCall catalog
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JGM00 wishes she had this pattern!
sentimentalbaby would love to have this pattern!