Recycled Vintage Linens Turned Into Aprons

I'm still making aprons.
I had a nice order to make 6 exact aprons for a birthday party. They turned out really cute and are completed and shipped out. Yay, First time making so many at one time. I had a great assembly line going. 

But these two in the photos above are recycled / refurbished vintage linen scraps turned into aprons. 
While antiquing the other day I was digging though a pile of linens and found this cute cutout of Holly Hobby or Sun Bonnet Sue not sure who she is, and then this lovely doily with an embroidered victorian girl riding a bike.
Ding, ding, ding went off in my head that they would work perfectly on one of my aprons. 
So voila..... here they are.  You never know what you might find in those shops. Although these linens are fairly typical in antique stores and I always admire them, sometimes they just don't seem to fit my idea of what I want to do with them, but these were just the right size.
I think they are so cute! 
They are a little smaller then my other aprons because they don't have a ruffle. Very simple apron made out of muslin fabric. 
I think they would be great for someone who likes to sew.
They are listed in my Etsy shop.
Girl on Bike 
Holly Hobbie