Design

No Longer Labelless

No Longer Labelless

We took our time, we listened to our customers, we trialed banners and logo variations. Whether our customers know it or not, they vote, they speak to us, their voices speak with their debit cards and emails. We designed our new label based on what we heard. No frills, flowers, or ribbons, our label is…

White Aprons

We have a page offering white Aprons on the website. They answer customer needs especially for theater. We use simple cotton and batiste. But I have pictures in my head of aprons that I want to make in white. But I need a cotton with a fine hand, tightly woven and an amazing soft drape…

Making the right cut.

Making the right cut.

Just because a design works for one fabric doesn’t mean it will work for another.  I made a pattern that I want to make in denim. The denim is a bit heavier then quilting cotton.This means that ruffles and elastic gathers work differently. This means that I will be sent completely back to the drawing board to…

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…

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…