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.
I was Rosie the Robot from the Jetson's for Halloween this year. Just two round pieces of styrofoam, two light blue posters, a couple dowel rods, felt, foam (for apron,cap,), and a sharpie. The buttons were pompoms hot glued to bobby pins and tucked into the button holes of my shirt. =22bucks and got great feedback
Blue Apron (and other new companies) will ship fresh groceries to you, pre-measured, with a recipe (which you choose in advance. Costs less than dining out. I tried vegetarian options & spent way more time chopping & prepping than the 30 minutes they said. The author loved it - esp Shrimp po boys, & offers link to a deal to try it. Make your own food & be healthier.