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McCall 1367

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McCall 1367; ©1949; Ladies' and Misses' Appliqué Apron. Blue transfer.

The way to a man's heart is not always through his stomach - it may be through the dainty apron you wear snack-serving! This beguiling eggs-and-sausage server is made in sheer material, has graceful flower appliqués. It's dressy, efficient. And you can make two aprons - one with a surplice collar, in white and a color, and one with a heart bib, in white with gay checks or stripes. Double heart framed in rick rack. Satin, with outline stitches. One size.

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This photo is from the Summer 1948 issue of McCALL NEEDLEWORK magazine.

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