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Woman's Day; ©1966; Confectionery Aprons. Package includes patterns and instructions for eight aprons. Patterns are for aprons measuring 35" from shoulders to lower edge when finished. All aprons have slight A-line shaping and that center fronts and center backs are on straight of goods. Back necklines are deeper than front so that ties are easy to reach and fasten into a bow. This pattern was offered in the September 1966 issue of Woman's Day. They are called "Confectionery Aprons" as the aprons are named after different confections; Lollipop, Honey Crisp, Divinity and BonBon, Sugar Plum, Ribbon Candy, Fondant and Lemon Drop.