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Thread: Anyone know of a site with free vintage style bib apron

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    Would like to try one, anyone know of a site? If all else fails will buy a pattern or find an apron at a thrift store, if I can and use it as a pattern. I do like the old ones my grandmother wore with the bib. Oh memories.

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    www.tipnut.com

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    The best apron patterns (vintage styles) come from Mary Mulari's site. The instructions are clear and easy to follow. I think the patterns are $6.95 U.S. and $8.95 in Canada. I making the Church Lady pattern right now out of a vintage cheddar orange/ violet flowered print.

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    if you can't find one here, i'm not sure it exists :)
    http://tipnut.com/56-free-apron-patterns-you-can-make/

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    Here is a bib style, hope it's what you are looking for :thumbup: http://tipnut.com/projectfiles/freeapron.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelbie
    The best apron patterns (vintage styles) come from Mary Mulari's site. The instructions are clear and easy to follow. I think the patterns are $6.95 U.S. and $8.95 in Canada. I making the Church Lady pattern right now out of a vintage cheddar orange/ violet flowered print.
    <------------ runs into thread to pat and {{{{{HUG}}}}} Sadie's relative (that's the dog, folks!)
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    Oh too funny ... just like the ones I made when I was a kid. Mom's idea as to how we should learn to sew.
    And complete with pre-made bias binding edges. Oh how I hated doing those!

    Here's the link for the pattern that Shelbie has mentioned!
    http://www.marymulari.com/patterns/C..._Apron_pattern

    PS ... now tell them where you got the fabric. Great colour ... cheddar!!! Support your local dairy farmers!! :)
    And do tell us more of the apron story/needs!

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    Thanks for the replies, I will look through the links. I have some fabric that would be perfect for an old fashioned looking apron.

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    Wish I had a dollar for every bib top apron I made over the years, I'd be rich. I just used the one I had for a pattern.

    Carol J.

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