Saturday, 2 March 2013


The most loved of the household linens.  In preparation for the upcoming Wild Rose Antique Collectors Society Antique show… here is the start of the line up that will be used in my Display.
Remember the first sewing and embroidery class in Home Ec class?! I think our aprons are now parts of Mom’s quilts but fortunately there are many, many gingham aprons out there that survived the scissors. What was left of the apron made for Barbie.
The oldest apron that I have…early 1900s
A maids apron…unused. Note the label.
I like the aprons that were handmade....
And a new apron that I received from a sister this Christmas!
The 1950s and 60s hostess nylon aprons:
Now to mend, clean and iron.
Attend the Wild Rose Antique Show to see the final display…and it is a great place to shop for all things antique and vintage!

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