Ah, the power of quotation marks! There is really nothing vintage about this smock. Unless fabric that has been sitting in my stash for a year counts as being vintage. I guess the only vintage thing about it is that the pattern is modeled after a vintage pattern. So, it is like, 5% vintage.
I found this adorable smock pattern a very long time ago. I printed out the 5 page free pdf intending to make it then, but just now got around to it. You can make one too, just visit Mayfly for the info! I made mine a little bigger than the actual pattern and you can see it fits Miss Imogene perfectly!
Here the diva models side A! I made my smock reversible. The diva here hates to be dirty or out of sorts, but doesn’t resist getting dirty. With a reversible smock, she can get one side dirty, then with a flip over she can look fresh and ready for more photos!
And here she poses to let you see side B. This smock adds pizazz to a plain tee and jeans. It was incredibly quick & easy to make. In fact, I’ve got 3 more cut out and waiting for me to sew ’em up! (I’m sure The Pastor will be stoked to see my using some of my beloved fabric stash!)