(c) 1946. In Style I, broad shoulders which cross front and back create a novelty bib-top effect. A square pocket trims the front. In Style II suspenders are omitted and rows of bias tape form a border. Styles III and IV are pretty scalloped tea aprons which may be trimmed with face or bias binding. Embroidery trims each style. Transfer for embroidery included.
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