I've recently finished sewing a wrap around apron. It is meant to be worn as an apron not a dress, but I like to wear it as a dress. It was easy to sew without complications and enjoyable to wear. However, when I opened the vintage pattern envelope and took out the pieces I noticed the belt attachment piece was missing. Therefore, I had to create the belt piece pattern by drawing it out of paper to be able to complete the apron. A word of advise, be very careful when purchasing vintage patterns online as they may be incomplete. Some may be missing pattern pieces or the sewing instruction pamphlet. The seller may not be aware pieces may be missing due to being unfamiliar with sewing patterns. So just be careful, what may be complete to some individuals may not really be.. I've experienced both pesky situations, but the good thing is with an easy to sew patterns one can always improvise.
McCall's Pattern 1948
Although this pattern comes with a donut and coffee applique transfer I did not incorporate this applique into the pocket, only because I felt the desire of making the apron look more like a dress for personal taste, this way I can just step out of the house when I have an unexpected errand to run and look presentable.
That is all for now...
1955 Apron Dress Made By Me
Vintage Cherry Brooch and Earrings
Two Bakelite Bangles plus One Red Bangle from Forever Twenty One
Re-Mix Pleated Toe Sandals