We have just finished our second run of Apron dresses. The striped linen cotton, shown above, a lightweight black linen, and a drapey black silk crepe. We only do small runs in each fabric so come and check them out at our upcoming events.
Apron & Apron Dress by Yoshiko Tsukiori - Straight Stitch Sewing - Japanese Pattern Book for Women Clothing - B1299-55
[ B o o k. D e t a i l s ] Condition: Brand New. Pages: 95 pages in Japanese Author: Yoshiko Tsukiori Publisher: Takahashi shoten Date of Publication: 2013/05 Item Number: 1299-2 ♥ see my profile for more details ♥
Mobius Apron: Here's an unusual thing. An apron with only one edge. And one hole. The nice thing about it is, you don't have to tie it. You just put it on. I like the broader shoulder straps and the fact that it's not hanging around the back of your neck. P…
Fall/Winter 2007, Issue #53: The Kindergarten Apron
Most objectionable to me has been the impression that the Waldorf kindergarten teacher should look a certain way, and exude a certain Victorian primness. Here I find that the apron is an aspect of our kindergarten persona that serves us well. It not...
Finished Measurement：50cm(W) x 65cm(L) – Ladies） The fabric “hana circle” with the pattern of swirling small flowers in cocca’s “Showa Retro” collection is changed into a pretty tunic dress. The co…
Linen aprons for the whole family Tutorial
Family time is so important, to get to know each other and create a stronger bond. It is especially fun when everyone regardless of age can be involved; making, baking, creating something physical, to represent the precious time spent together. But of course, these are activities that could be a little messy, so this week,...
This cleverly crafted apron features a criss-cross back detail that allows it to rest securely on your shoulders. No strings attached! And its roomy, thoughtfully designed pockets are made from the arm cut-outs to reduce fabric waste.