Barbara Bell 1892 - 1940s Pinafore Apron or Sundress
The description of this Pinafore Apron or Sundress provides insight into the life of the World War II-era woman as it reads:
"Get into a pinafore when you come home from the job -- and have supper to cook. Get into a pinafore when your neighbors are coming to play bridge -- but you want to be dressed in something you don't mind wearing into the kitchen while you prepare the lunch. Get into a pinafore -- if your crowd wants an attractive canteen costume which is inexpensive to make and easy to launder."
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Pattern tissue: UNCUT and factory folded. This is an unprinted pattern.
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