Blushed Split-leg apron features:
- Composition: Cotton Drill & Woven Poly-cotton
- 77 cm wide x 91 cm long
- Colours: Maroon, Blush pink, Natural
- Stitching on this apron may appear slightly uneven in parts due to the type of furnishing fabric used – this does not affect the structure or composition of this apron
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- Split-leg design so you’re fully covered when sitting or standing
- Larger hip-pocket
- Bib pocket is large enough to hold your mobile phone
- Crossover back/neck strap for ease of wear and maximum comfort
- Carefully hand-crafted with high quality and sustainably-sourced fabric (most fabrics used in the production of these aprons is sourced from industry offcuts, private collections and deceased estates and rarely, if at all, purchased from retail outlets)
- Ideal for morning/afternoon tea functions, for staff at events, in the home or professional kitchen, creative studio, workplace or office, schools, sheds, shop, markets, in the garden etc
- Made with potters, baristas, chefs, florists, art therapists, dog and horse groomers, hobbyists, gardeners, painters, bladesmiths, costume and prop makers, makeup artists, bakers, market-stall holders, retail, the hospitality industry, hotel staff, hairdressers, general stores, social or sports club staff, celebrity chefs and other trades and industries in mind
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Washing & Care Instructions
Hang your apron on the washing line and use your garden hose outside to wash the clay or other residue off your apron (water your garden at the same time!) instead of using your washing machine.
Should you choose to machine wash your apron, a very gentle, cool or warm wash is recommended with the addition of fabric softener.
Read more here on my blog post ‘Why every potter needs a split-leg apron’
and customers’ reviews