Today we got the November issue of Country Living Magazine in the mail – and there’s a feature article on aprons. One of the aprons shown is this one:
Made from feedsack, this one’s featured as an example of 1930’s style aprons. Aprons were one of the many popular uses for feedsacks, and there were certainly many of them made. Here’s a selection of some of our favorites:
We think that feedsack probably accounts for a third of the bib aprons we see around here, fewer of the shorties.
There are always a few available on our site: Sharon’s Vintage Aprons