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Back in 1984, my Mom, aunt and grandmother saw this film and were blown away by the 1930’s-style aprons that were featured. They got replicas and at Thanksgiving that year, they took their first “Apron Lore” photograph together.
This became a tradition in my family, to take a photo of the women in their aprons on Thanksgiving Day. There is even an album (two actually) dedicated to the annual photo.
I used a special piece of vintage fabric from my Mother’s stash, one that she has saved for over two decades for a Thanksgiving table cloth, but chose to split it in half for my sister and I last year. I also used my Mother’s go-to apron pattern, Simplicity 7974, published in 1968. She originally purchased it to make an apron for her grandmother.