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    Vintage Apron pattern with D rings needed

    does anyone know of a free vintage apron pattern that requires D rings and takes one yard of fabric with 1/2 yard of complimenting fabric?? I bought the fabric but have no pattern. I know there are tons of free ones out there. Anyone have a link to one?
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    yes actually I did see that and saw one with D rings. I may and may not do the rings but having the strap adjustable is a good thing sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    yes actually I did see that and saw one with D rings. I may and may not do the rings but having the strap adjustable is a good thing sometimes.
    I believe that one has a D ring, also. However, I do remember seeing another one, with D rings maybe on the sides(?). Wonder if that's the one you're remembering. Problem is I look at so much stuff, I never can remember where any particular thing was.
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    the one with D rings had them on one end of the strap that goes around the neck. I printed out three pics from online. If i make one up myself, these should help me. But i'm still looking.
    NanaCsews2, thanks for the links. very cute!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neesie View Post
    This was IS adjustable. It's also very easy to make.

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    Here's a tutorial for one don't know if this is what you wanted but maybe it will work?

    http://atsecondstreet.blogspot.com/2...-me-apron.html
    Sew, sew, it's the threads that keep love together :>} I love sunbonnet sue,old-fashioned things like 1950's or older housewife things, and like hankies,tea towels and aprons . Thanks to some lovely members on here I now have lots of aprons in my collection !!

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    Oh, SewRed, that is what i need. right fabric amounts too. I would make the top strap a bit longer though. needed the measurements for the top curves. great, thanks!!

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    I used a pattern from www.sew4home.com that was easy and uses D-rings.

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