Aprons are packaged in a cloth envelope secured by a vintage button.
The Apron Memories® collection is a Grassroots Royalty project, homegrown and handsewn in Pueblo, Colorado.
Smoochie, as featured in VOGUE, is an enticing apron with a quilted lips pocket.
Certain to get even the most sport-bessotted mate to turn off the TV !
Retro Chic is sewn of reproduction toweling of sturdy, colorfast cotton with finished seams to prevent fraying. Pockets adorned with vintage pattern covers printed on Pabric Printable Ink-jet sheets. Pockets may be spot cleaned with a damp cloth. For complete freshening and to maintain images’ vibrancy, apron must be dry cleaned.
The Victory Apron pattern was released by McCall Corporation in 1943. Apron Memories has resized the pattern to accommodate today’s figure and fabric sizes and with the company’s permission, offers the pattern for sale. Purchase includes a color copy of the original pattern’s cover affixed to a white envelope, the complete resized pattern, including pocket variations, and a copy of the original pattern’s sewing instructions. This is an easily sewn project.
Purchase price includes a $5 donation to the USO organization, in support of its mission to US military personnel and their families: “Until Every One Comes Home.”
$30.00 (includes $5 donation to the USO organization)
“Just wanted to let you know that I received my Victory Apron pattern today.
I am very happy with it — especially the way it was packaged with the color photo of the pattern on the front of the envelope and copies of the original instructions.
Thanks for reproducing this pattern. It’s going to make a nice present for someone I know who’s in the military.”