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Advance 3336 Misses’ Apron


Introducing the Advance 3336 sewing pattern, a simple and practical smock apron perfect for anyone looking for an easy-to-sew project. Initially released in the 1960s, this pattern is ideal for beginners who want to try sewing for the first time.

This smock apron is designed for comfort and ease of movement, featuring a square neckline and drop shoulders. The pattern includes three-quarter length and short sleeves options, so you can choose the style that best suits your needs. The back tie closure ensures a secure fit, while the loose and flowing design allows plenty of room to move around.

Whether you need an apron for cooking, gardening, or any other messy activity, the Advance 3336 smock apron is the perfect solution. The easy-to-follow instructions and simple design make it an excellent project for beginners, while the apron’s practicality means it’s sure to get plenty of use.

And, if you’re a vintage pattern collector, it’s worth noting that this pattern number has a history dating back to 1943 with a lady’s dress pattern.

So why wait? Order your copy of the Advance 3336 smock apron pattern today and start sewing! You can customize your apron to suit your style and needs with your choice of fabric and embellishments. Whether using it for work or at home, this practical and stylish apron will become a staple in your wardrobe.