Split Leg Tie Apron for Potters & Makers with 3 Pockets. Dusty Green. No14:3


Contemporary style workwear apron with excellent fit and coverage when the wearer is seated at the potter's wheel or work station. A neat and well-balanced design with all the features the modern maker needs - a split leg skirt with deep crossover allowing extra coverage so you don’t spend time arranging it over your legs; angled 'wonky pocket' for easier access whilst seated, another larger skirt pocket, good size bib pocket; tool loop, handy for hanging cleaning cloth etc; tough fabric and construction. A striking and distinctive apron, the dusty green cotton is complemented with black herringbone webbing waist and neck ties, and a little tab of red canvas securing the metal D-ring which the neck tie fastens through. Beautifully sewn, thoughtfully designed and made-to-last, this apron is highly specialised craftsperson's workwear.

KEY FEATURES: Split leg skirt • Tough medium-heavyweight • Tough cotton canvas • Bib pocket • Large skirt pocket • 'Wonky pocket' with 3 compartments for tools • Pockets double stitched for strength • Tool loop • Soft ties • Strongly constructed • Thoroughly researched & tested design • Sustainable small batch making

SIZE: approx UK 8-18 (USA 4-14). bib top to hem 99cm, mid-waistband to hem 70cm (Model size UK10, 5'7"/170cm)

FABRIC & CARE: 100% cotton (Oeko-Tex 100 certified). Soft cotton-feel acrylic herringbone tape (selected for durability and colour fastness). Machine washable 30 degrees, slow spin. Do not tumble dry.

POSTAGE & ECO PACKAGING: UK Royal Mail Special Delivery / USA International 'Tracked'. Eco packaging. Gift wrap and packaging (plastic-free): 100% recyclable paper & card, parcel tape is paper with natural rubber based adhesive fully recyclable & compostable.

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ABOUT: Working from my little studio, in hilly-leafy South-East London, I make workwear aprons in small batches, using natural fabrics, with minimal waste. I always choose fabrics that are washable and hardwearing, constructing aprons that will last many years longer than normal clothes, retaining their designed purpose and functionality.