black lace apron I think I need this for parties! Wait...whenever do I find time for company?
Apron of white linen with cutwork lace decorations, late 16th or early 17th century (The Met, New York)
Totally AMAZING - a mid 19th cent. knitted apron. Cotton.
This is lacework, not crochet. "Apron. White linen, border of punto in aria. Ties of fine cord with ends of punto in aria. Italy, late 16th or early 17th century." Lace and Lace Making, Marian Powys, Dover Publications, 2002
Luscious Layers Apron Pattern
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White muslin embroidered with white linen threads. Flowering vines and sprigs of flowers. Long and short, stem, chain stitch, drawn work. Apron gathered to a silk gros grain ribbon tie at waist. A few brown spots and holes in left corner of apron.
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CW: Apron, whitework with bib ca. 1720 Origin: England 30" x 25" Linen embroidered with linen; linen bobbin lace Gift of Mrs. Cora Ginsburg. Acc. No. 1991-526 Apron of fine white linen embroidered with white linen thread, some areas done in drawnwork, trimmed with linen bobbin lace. (All fibers confirmed by microscope analysis). Whitework apron with pocket and bib, has design of flowers and birds in isolated units (not flowing design). Apron put together after embroidering, and…
Apron Date: early 17th century; Culture: Italian; Medium: linen; Dimensions: Length: 33 in. (83.8 cm); Accession Number: 38.19.9