Stitch Thru Time

Apron designs from 1930 1940 1950 1960 and 1970, Retro style aprons and Grandma aprons.
Stitch Thru Time aprons and heating pads are Made in America, we take price in our products.


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Old Fashioned Aprons
Old Fashioned Half Aprons
Heating Pads
Homemade Christmas Stockings
Cook Books and Pie Making
Kids & Baby Shop
Old Fashioned Christmas Aprons
Halloween Aprons
Thanksgiving Aprons
Kids Wood Rolling Pins
Dog and Cat Christmas Stockings and Scarfs

We have new aprons for the old fashioned girl. No matter how old you are we are all still girls at heart.

Beautiful old fashioned aprons that are not only pretty but are very comfortable.
Throughout time an apron has always been worn with love. It is important to keep vintage aprons alive, and memories along with them.

Gingham will always be a favorite especially when mixed with polka dots material. We have mixed some gingham and polka dot material in with our Christmas styles to give your apron an extra flare.

The Holidays are coming fast and so are our achy muscles so why not pamper your sore muscles with a microwave heating pad. We have special designed heating pads that are for different parts of your body. If taken care of properly your microwave heating pads can last for years, and with the washable pillowcase on each heating pad they stay clean and last longer. The soft flannel pillowcase that comes with every heating pad feels wonderful .

If you can't think of what to give your cat or dog give them a square heating pad. We have customers who cats meow when the microwave goes on expecting a warm heating pad.

Check out of Mother Daughter matching aprons, they are available in many or out styles.

We have the perfect stocking stuffiers or presents in our old fashioned toys. Everything from Jacks, airplanes, tiddly winks, tops and much more in our Old Fashioned Toys.


Christmas Country Close Up

Close up of Christmas Country Church for your Christmas apron available in all our apron styles.


Great Grandma and her friend in their Sunday best aprons.

Old Fashioned Grandma's in aprons

My Grandma's aprons job was to protect her dress underneath it. She wore her aprons while canning vegetables, pulling pies from the oven, picking peas, hanging clothes on the line or just wiping her hands off after doing the dishes.

It was used for comforting her grandchildren, cleaning the crumbs off the table and many more tasks throughout the day.

She would go to the chicken coup and use her apron to carry the chicken scratch and scraps from her kitchen to her favorite chickens and then gather the green tan white and brown eggs using her apron as a bowl, bringing them into the kitchen to use for baking. If it was time for little chicks to be hatched and they weren't quite ready she would bring them into the oven to finish warming before hatching.

When company arrived Grandma would run around dusting the furniture quickly and before they came in the door she would welcome them and change into her Sunday apron.

Her apron was perfect to gather the wooden kindling for her old kitchen stove so she could bake her bread and then remove the hot pans from the oven when the bread was done.

During harvest time Grandma would bring in the ripe tomatoes, peppers, or anything that was ready to eat and canning into the kitchen. It always amazed me at how much she could fit into that small apron.

She would fill her apron with clothes from the clothes line outside. Her large apron pockets were where the clothes pins were careful placed, it always amazed me how many would fit into those pockets. Sometimes she had an apron for clothes pins only she would hang over her shoulder.

She would go out to the apple trees in the fall and carry in the culls on the ground for the applesauce that we would enjoy through the cold winter months.

When I was cold, Grandma wrapped her apron around me, I don't know if it was the apron or her love that kept me warm. Those big old aprons wiped away my tears or the sweat on her brow when she was canning over the hot stove in the summer months.

You can't find a substitute for the Old Fashioned Apron like Grandma wore. Newer modern aprons with the skinny rope around the neck and short thin front just aren't up to the job like Grandmas apron was.

My Old Fashioned Apron may wear out and need to be replaced, but the memories of that apron can last for generations.


Close up Vintage Christmas trailers and trucks
Vintage Trailers & Trucks Christmas Aprons


Child Pastry Set
Kids wood rolling pin. Pastry set with small rolling pin that will last for generations. Child Rolling Pin made in America.

Child Pastry Set

Kids Wood Rolling Pin and
Child Pastry Set $19.95

Enjoy baking with your child using this child pastry set. Good quality child wood rolling pin with cover are just perfect for their small hands. Cookie cutter, small pie plate mat and recipe card.

An heirloom that will last for years.

Limited quantity

I remember Grandma on Sunday, in her starched prettiest Sunday apron. On Monday she would hang up her finest apron and don her wash apron, and even the old apron was starched and ironed. Her apron for the garden was a faded floral, a little worn, but beautiful as it was adorned with her stunning cut flowers. She used her aprons not just to keep her clothes clean, they were a part of her.


Stitch Thru Time was honored to be able to make the aprons for the fifty volunteers of a D-Day celebration in Charleston, West Virginia. Our 1940 apron with flat material was used. The celebration was wonderful, everyone enjoyed themselves thanks to the generosity of the doctors who sponsored it, and all the others who worked so hard to make it a success.

1940 Patriotic Apron

1940 Patriotic Apron

Great news for Stitch Thru Time. We were on Salt Lake City, Utah ABC's Channel 4 "God Things Utah" Program on April 8th and December 3rd. During that segment we demonstrated our old fashioned aprons and microwave heating pads. It was a wonderful program that reaches Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. We want to thank producer Gina for inviting us.




Jacks with Rubber Balls

Jumbo Jacks $7.49
with 2 rubber balls & white cotton carrying pouch

Old Fashioned Jacks for Kids and adults. Jacks are a game the whole family can enjoy playing together.

These jacks are like the ones they used to make, even better...
Old Fashioned Jacks and balls made in America.

Jacks made like in the 1950's


Made in the USA


Old Fashioned Marbles with canvas pouch and handbook

Old Fashioned Marbles with Canvas Pouch and Handbook
#201 $9.95

60 Classic Marbles, 2 Shooters, Pouch and Rules on history, game rules & marble shooting techniques.


Remember when you used to play marbles? Now you may play them again and so will your family enjoy this old time game. You get cat eyes marbles, shooter marble and a shooting games directions with cloth pouch to carry your marbles in!
Marbles for your Christmas Stocking Stuffier!

Old Fashioned Toys

Made in America



Grandma Cherry Yellow Polka Dot Apron

Grandma Cherry Apron #2179
Grandma old fashioned apron with cherries on yellow polka dot with red polka dot pockets and long apron strings.


You will love this heating pad as much as your dog

Large Heating Pads
Microwave heating pads with washable pillowcase.

Large heating pads covers back, knee, elbow or anywhere else you need that extra large heating pads. A very long large heating pad that can cover your back or put it in your bed to keep your feet warm at night.


All our aprons come wrapped in tissue and we will add a card with a message at no extra charge. We also offer gift wrapping at a small charge and will drop ship your items at no extra charge.

Our beautiful matching aprons for mother, daughter and Grandma make fun in the kitchen for everyone.

We have a full line of old fashioned full aprons and half aprons. Our patterns are exclusive to Stitch Thru Time patterned after what our Grandmother's and Mother's wore.

Thanksgiving & Christmas aprons this year are pettier then ever. Order early to make sure you have your apron early for the holidays.

For Thanksgiving we have a pretty harvest apron with pumpkins, also fall leaves and for Halloween Hokus Pokus is a fun and beautiful Halloween gingham with little spiders and fanciful pockets, a great Halloween costume.

The Grandma apron is a fun shorter apron with round pockets. We have it in all our fabrics (including Christmas and Thanksgiving and Halloween) This apron is also available in all of our gingham many other beautiful fabrics. You can see it in our pretty Grandma apron section.

Canned fruit

Canning jars,full of fruit and vegetables.
I put some of my new aprons in the Kane County Fair and won first prize ribbons. . Old Fashioned aprons are still the favorites!
As I walk through the fair displays memories come flooding back of when I went with my grandmother. The jars of fruit lined up in rows, all the beautiful colors, the beautiful handiwork done by so many talented people, what a wonderful sight.

Hokus Pokus Halloween Apron, click for larger view
1940 pocket close up - one of five different pocket styles of witches, pumpkins everything Halloween!
Little black spiders are on this beautiful orange and yellow gingham. This beautiful fabric is available in all our pretty apron styles.
We also have a black and orange check you may get in this cute Halloween apron.

1940 close up halloween pocket

Hokus Pokus pockets, they come in a variety of Halloween scenes


Tiddly Winks

Tiddly Winks

Old Fashioned Tiddly Winks #203 $9.95

36 Winks and 6 Shooters in 6 colors, Wooden Scoring Pot and Color canvas pouch in a jar. Scoring Pot in a Classic Toy Jar.
20 Page Handbook on history, game rules & techniques included.











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My soil is anything but perfect, you can see the clay that tends to be hard when dry. With a great deal of work I still had a good yield of tomatoes. You can see how I transplant my tomatoes and it will work for all of your other plants.

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