Here is our collection of aprons in fabrics like linen, cotton, cotton/poly and poly. Yes, I said polyester. My most used apron, most covered-in-paint apron, most washed apron is a cotton/poly and was made and given to me over 30 yrs ago by my friend Margie Wagner. That thing wears like cast iron and we have a local supply of poly and cotton/poly, in Opp, Alabama, salvaged from the textile mill that closed there a few years ago. They have enough to last us a good long while.
All aprons are work aprons. They provide function and protect our clothes. They can stand in for a uniform in the workplace. They can bear a logo or a favorite saying. They have to work for us. And we'd like to look good while we're at it! Here you'll find our not-roughneck-not-denim aprons. Let me know if you can think of another name! Chuckle. Come on in!
The rest of the work aprons!
Basic Apron with Left Tie Detail Made in USA
If there was a little black dress in the apron world, this would be it! simple lines, crisp practical fabric and this adorable tie detail on the left side of the bib the tie makes the neck strap fully adjustable without hardware; tie it and forget it or change it up; add a charm how many ways will you find to tie this thing? make this detail...
Basic Apron that Ties Behind the Neck Made in USA
our most basic apron, shown in black 100% polyester poplin fully adjustable around-the-neck ties; just set the knot where you want and forget it perfect for every day or use as a blank to dress up with your own embellishments, embroidery or applique this is a custom item, made on demand; give me a week, please, to get one out the door we have...
Basic Cross Back Apron Made in USA
product listing under construction; orders welcome, just contact me with any questions, listed fabrics are currently in-stock sample photos show our initial test prototype in a lightweight polyester poplin; until product photos are ready, try clicking on the image and scrolling through them smaller the design is generally square in its cut (no...
"Because I Can" Priscilla Batzell Apron by Handes of a Woman
"Because I Can" Priscilla Batzell Apron is presented at the artist's request, and is inspired by her well know signature phrase, book and fans Priscilla is a well known fine artist and fluid art guru based at The Expressionist Art Studio Gallery in Spring Hill, Florida; she is also my art teacher shipping is included and a portion of your purch...