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A while ago, I made aprons for Isaac and I, mostly because my Dad was seriously dismayed that we didn’t have aprons on his last visit. i made them out hemp/recycled poly denim, with cotton twill tape straps and contrast … Continue reading →
A while ago, I made aprons for Isaac and I, mostly because my Dad was seriously dismayed that we didn’t have aprons on his last visit.
i made them out hemp/recycled poly denim, with cotton twill tape straps and contrast stitching. They took about…5 minutes each to make.
To tell the truth, i already had a couple aprons, but they hang in my closet, not my kitchen…and I wear them over other dresses, but if I had to do the dishes, I’d throw another apron on top:)
I have a sleeved apron that ties in the back from a Japanese grocery store that’s more like a dress, and inspired this early popomomo piece:
And here’s one of my aprons, from Muji:
This simple Alvin Heritage Denim apron would be great in or out of the kitchen as well. Both the Alvin and the Muji aprons are under $20.
When I was making Isaac an apron for our house, i also thought about making him a more intense one for the studio. These beautiful aprons from Stanley and Sons would do the trick…and they’d make a great gift as well. All the Stanley and Sons aprons via Independence Chicago.
Our friend Kristin at IKO IKO makes truly beautiful aprons out of canvases and linens…jumping back and over that line of is this fashion or is this function or is this both and should I do dishes in this?! I know some people cook in them, but I’d go out for dinner in them!