Ladies' One-Piece Kitchen Apron: Circa 1910 Size: 36" Bust This pattern was published by Peerless Patterns. It is a very simple pattern consisting of the apron, cut on the fold, and the pocket. It buttons at the back neck with one button. Suggested fabrics: Aprons were made of white cotton percale, woven ginghams and printed cottons. Woven gingham colors were blue-plaid, blue and white check and black-and-white-check.
With a delicate crepe texture, this long tunic top has a raw-edged skirt, gathered from the waist and longer at the back. Loosely fitted, it has a simple crew neckline and raw-edged sleeves. 72% Acetate 18% Polyamide 10% Elastane
Fun and flirty black and white tie dye top has a smocked neckline that can be worn on or off the shoulder. Tunic has a slight bell sleeve and rounded bottom and looks great with skinny pants and leggings. Tie Dye Tunic by Mittoshop. Clothing - Tops Wyckoff New Jersey