An everyday work apron with patch pockets and straps that gently cross in the back. This apron is so comfortable to wear, so easy to slip on (no ties), and so practical!
I love layering with aprons, this one isn’t so bulky and works great over your clothes and under a sweater or jacket. I use aprons as practical garments to protect clothing when I’m in the kitchen or whipping up herbal potions, and for wiping my hands… but I also love them as a fashion statement—contributing to a unique daily uniform. In the cold months, I also love aprons for an extra layer of warmth!
Color, Availability & Size
Currently these aprons are being offered as “One Size.” If you are concerned about the fit, don’t hesitate to send me an email after placing your order! I am still discovering the best way to offer inclusive sizing, and would be happy to work with you to ensure the right fit (at no extra cost). Thank you!!
Made from a medium weight Oeko-Tex linen & woven in a mill run on green energy. The dyes used on the cloth are GOTS certified.
Wash separately, or with like colors, in cold water with a gentle laundry soap & line dry. This is how I wash all my clothes and linens, as I find it to be effective, environmentally responsible, and reduces wear & fading of clothing. However, linen is a durable fiber, and I know many folks who wash & tumble dry on low with good results. Iron as desired on medium heat, with steam. I never iron my linen garments, I love the beautiful texture & depth of the wrinkles + folds of normal wear.
length of front from top of bib to hem: 80cm
top bib width: 29cm
approximate waist circumference taken at the height of the top of the pockets: 115 cm
note: I currently use 100% polyester sewing thread as I haven’t found a natural alternative that holds up with normal wear & tear. Optimally I would use biodegradable thread made from a natural fiber, but have not yet found one that holds up, or possibly recycled polyester thread. I’ve reflected deeply about this choice, but ultimately I believe durability is important here, and will continue to use polyester thread until I find a better alternative.