It's a wonderful collection of articles, recipes, advice and patterns dating from around 1918 to the 1930's. The books is such a fun read. Lot's of this and that making it really easy to hop here to there in the book.
When I found this 1920's apron pattern I couldn't wait to try it. So I bought some inexpensive bright feminine fabric and a happy contrasting bias tape....and hopped right in. It's made from a yard of fabric folded on the bias and cut out paper doll fashion. All edges are bound with the bias tape. Then ties are sewn and attached...then voila!!!...cute little slip over apron!
...I want to do this again!!!