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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 catalogAs featured in the August 1931 McCall catalog

As featured in the August 1931 McCall catalog

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