Pictorial Review 8514; ca. 1936; Ladies' Aprons: View 1 apron features bib and skirt-in-one, skirt with patch pocket and ruffle trim, sash ties, and V-neckline with scarf collar. Seams and edges are trimmed with contrast bias binding. View 2 apron has bias flared skirt with extended point, high waist, pouch pocket, sash ties, sweetheart bib, and halter neckline. Seams and edges are trimmed with contrast bias binding. View 3 apron has dirndl skirt with patch pocket, fitted waistband, sash ties, square bib, and tapered bretelles that overlap and are sewn together at back neck to form a halter neckline.
Featured in Pictorial Fashion Guide, December 1936
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