Simplicity 2800; ca. late 1930s; Misses' and Women's Apron Set. Style I is a cocktail apron, fully gathered and joined to a draped girdle. Style II is a tea apron with gathered skirt and bib top, which fastens with tie-ends at the back of the neck. Trimmed with ruffling. Style III is a cooking apron with bib top which joins the lower section in a shaped line. Patch pockets. Ties at center back. Style IV is a sewing apron. Novelty pocket for sewing equipment. Embroidery transfer for pocket included in pattern.

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