Somebody somewhere has a Charm Pack of Alice's Scrapbag.
I found this on the web.
"This quilt was pieced---a complete surprise for my Mother---when I was nine years old.
Almost every piece in it was from dresses of members of the family. Alice L. [Browne] Metcalf."
Alice's Scrapbag, Print #8310
At the bottom of the picture is the document print for the design called Sister's Pinafore, a small star copied from Alice's Four-Patch quilt. The neat calico wouldn't show the dirt and would be suitable for a little girl's apron----a pinafore.
Pre-cuts should be in shops now.
The line is scheduled for September, 2015 delivery.
Sister's Pinafore comes in six colorways
Vintage doll pinafore in a calico star print
Drink it, Alice, but don't dribble it on your pinafore.
Alice in Wonderland wore a white pinafore
through all her adventures and
managed to keep it clean.
Girls in pinafores, about 1890
Girls of Alice Browne's generation about 1860.
Their dresses are neat foulard prints, much
like the reproduction print.
Their bib aprons are probably heavier cottons or
The aprons above aren't really pinafores because they don't cover the shoulders. We might call them bib aprons pinned to the front of their dresses
Pinafore and pantalettes
"The Rosadel Pinafore or Tunic," 1870