Author Archive for The Vermont Apron Co.

Patterns

I know a lot of you have asked for patterns. We have confirmed that we are, in fact, planning to offer a second website with patterns in a digital download format. (not our current patterns but the dozens of unmarketed designs and previous designs). I just wanted to post an update. We have started the writing process. We are working…

Dear Men…

We decided to pursue you. Men buy our Barn Apron. But we wondered what else you might want. We wondered what specific needs you had as compared to our female customer population. We asked you for input on our aprons. You were great at giving it and we loved the input. Here’s a sampling of your responses. There has to…

The Wrap Apron

We have a new apron design. We call it The Wrap Apron. We designed it around the concepts of loose and flowing, yet well fitted. Nearly a contradiction, I know. The concepts marry themselves in this design. It hangs comfortably and loose around your body yet stays in place with options to tie it around you tight or not. The…

Roscoe

When we do a photoshoot here in the country, rural landscape brings both its rewards and challenges….for instance, our recent shoot had a Rooster that ran around crowing loudly for us to leave. Then there was the dog that must be chained and sat as close as she could per leash and seem to stare intently at us. Then there…

Gardening

Spring comes and we can finally crawl out of the studio and head into the gardens and yards around us. Here in Vermont, it takes a long while for the snow to melt but it always does, revealing green lawns and gardens sprinkled with first colors.  For Northern Vermonters, we rarely see a crocus here in our weather zone, but…

Gathering Apron in Linen

Sometimes things go together very nicely. For instance, we introduce our Gathering Apron in Linen. There feels a historical connection between these two. Linen is one of the first fibers from which cloth was made. Aprons also share a deeply historical background dating back to ancient times. There is a safe assumption that our ancestral mothers wore linen cloths wrapped…