|Ruffled Sheer vintage apron|
The item always home made with love and featured fabrics, colours and styles as varied as the women who stitched them. The most popular collectible style being the near new or never worn examples sporting lovely hand work, embroidery, exquisite sheer fabric and heritage laces and worn only on the best of occasions for the finest of entertaining. The less than refined examples are no less of a draw and the trims of bright contrasting colourful fifties-era trims and rick-rack zigzag bring a charm to the simple utilitarian item. Another popular style is the reversible aprons sporting a bright floral and matching plain trimmed pocket on one side and when flipped over offer the opposite in a plain apron with the bright floral featured in the pocket. This style offered the style conscious hostess a quick turn-around to a fresh look after cooking but just before serving the meal.
|Round & Red Ric-Rak fun|
|Smocked Sweet Vintage|
Most women have a draw to the aprons, not only because they grew up always entering a cooking underway kitchen wearing one style or another, but also fondly remember their first school sewing project and making their own personal apron touting their handwork talents.
|Festive Holiday Glitter|