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    Prairie Pointer

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    Default Retro apron pattern wanted

    I've looked and looked and cannot find a pattern of what I want. I'm looking for a retro look apron pattern that sits more on the shoulders instead of the neck. I've had 4 vertebra removed from my neck and do not like the pulling down on my neck.
    This pic is close to what I'm looking for
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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Retro apron pattern wanted

    Here is one from M* that criss crosses from the back
    https://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop...-apron-pattern

    And this one ties on the side with the front and back being similar
    https://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop...-apron-pattern

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Retro apron pattern wanted

    Google cobbler's apron. Also smock apron.

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Retro apron pattern wanted

    I've made several aprons from this pattern:

    http://store.threadsoftimeonline.com...or's-Apron

    Here I am modeling one from a while back:
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    Default Re: Retro apron pattern wanted

    I have made and worn the scalloped apron pattern from Paisley Pincushion. It is super comfy and does not ride up your neck. The criss-cross design gives great coverage of your clothes too.
    http://www.paisleypincushion.com/pro...apron-pattern/
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    Default Re: Retro apron pattern wanted

    Ooh! Anita found the Scalloped pattern on sale too!

    The only thing about that pattern is it IS a bit long if you are not so tall. My DIL is just barely 5' and I did have to shorten it up, or it would have been a dress for her.
    It is comfy enough I forget I have it on.
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    Default Re: Retro apron pattern wanted

    sew so easy has quite a few apron patterns and some are free.
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