Aprons

Farmhouse Aprons

Farmhouse Aprons

Writing a new post, I will tell you that every post of mine begins with the comfy chair piled with the right pillows, a fresh cup of coffee made from the good coffee and music that helps me get into writing mode. I am not a writer by profession, it’s a struggle that I find…

Changing design

Changing design

I always thought that my plus size customers wanted to downplay shape. Answering that, and paying attention to cost, I made the Plus Size skirt on those aprons to have less gathers, that way it fell closer to the hip and didn’t make anyone look hippier than they were already. But I was never satisfied…

Housework Apron

Housework Apron

I love the Ruffled Apron that I designed. It’s cute.It’s a good fabric choice and it holds a lot of stuff. But time passes and I need to change it a bit. Good design for me is a journey. Improvements come, design features pass, fabrics change. I sat looking at this photo and wondered why…

A Kitchen Apron Design

A Kitchen Apron Design

New Apron designs are always exciting. This one is our first single piece apron. It has no waistband, no separate bodice or skirt. It’s just one piece with long ties. The neck ties work best if they are pretied to the length that works for you. Doing that, you can toss it on as if…

Washed Canvas Aprons

Washed Canvas Aprons

Sometimes you are working and need an apron that has added strength. You are doing tough work and you don’t want to worry about your clothes. But Canvas can be hard to wear, it can be very stiff and uncomfortable to move in for a long time period. We took a light weight canvas and…

Linen Apron
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Linen Apron

Any history on Aprons that I read, always begins with linen. It seems that linen was the first fabric used and I find it curious that somehow in todays culture it is largely ignored. No one I know has a linen Apron, this exclusion makes me curious as to how it got left behind. Unable…