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"Mustard Seed" Our "Mustard Seed" bibbed apron is a simple throw over the head casual apron. It's made from two country plaid cotton calico fabrics, and has 2 front pockets, a bib pocket trimmed in pretty burnt sienna lace, and long ties.



"Double Espresso to Go" is one of our cottage style country aprons made from coffee color calico fabric with deep round pockets and long ties.  The bottom border and pockets are made of a pretty plaid calico.


"Lilacs and Lavender" is a very romantic pleasant apron. It's floral cotton fabric is soft and feminine looking.  It has long ties, deep pockets, and a contrasting bottom border.


"Frog Legs" is made from adorable bright green frog print fabric. It has three froggies on the front, long ties, and 2 front pockets.



I LOVE the colors in this handmade designer apron which I call "Kiwi." It is made from 100 % cotton calico fabric. Its deep green pockets trimmed in black rick-rack bring out the little green stems and pretty yellow flowers on the black fabric giving it an attractive striking appearance.  The waistband and long ties are made from a contrasting black fabric.


"Shimmering Gold" Our Shimmering Gold apron is very made of elegant shinny gold fabric trimmed in red and green plaid. The waistband and long ties are made from the same pretty fabric. 


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"Little Princess Helping Apron"-This adorable apron is for little princesses who like to help out in kitchen duties.  It has a scalloped hem, heart pocket, long ties, is fully lined, and is trimmed in white eyelet.  It is made from 100 % cotton fabric of pink and white wavy stripes with stars and circles.  It's perfect for your little princess and fits sizes 6-12.


The apron came about because of practical necessity. In years gone by, people didn't have the luxury of owning a large wardrobe. Washing and drying clothing was not done on a frequent basis. So aprons served a practical purpose of covering up the dress underneath to project it from soiling. This made washing much easier.  The apron would be washed every couple of days but the dress or clothing underneath did not have to be washed as much, perhaps maybe once a week. Click here for more apron history information.


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