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I love to fine things that make everyday mundane tasks, or holiday baking and decorating more fun and less work! While cleaning out the linen closet, (house has been in family for 3 generations now), I came across over a dozen aprons typically worn in the 40's, 50's & 60's. I kept the ones that made sense or just because, but it's fun to find things that have memories to any one of our family members to give them a little bit of history. Live is a blessing. Many of the things we find from a previous generation, should be valued. Using the other aprons as part of a quilt I'm making for our grandchildren. Enjoy & cherish memories; does no good to mourn or "Wish I could've..." the past.
Russian linen/cotton apron. 1800–1939. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Curly-Fry Cutter, $23.50
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