Zero Waste, One-of-a-kind Apron, Ochre Denim Patchwork. For Artists, Makers & Gardeners No16:6


Unusual and striking, golden colour denim work apron for artists, makers and gardeners. One-of-a-kind it's pieced together using remnants of cloth leftover from making other aprons in the range. Made in tough but soft heavyweight cotton it's carefully designed for work, studio and garden use - the bib has a row of 3 pockets overhanging the apron skirt, for small tools, seed packets, bits and bobs, whilst the skirt has a roomy side pocket. Adjustable straps give all the comfort of a crossback apron combined with the snug fit of a tie apron, or just leave loose for an easy-fit. Beautifully sewn, thoughtfully designed and made-to-last, this apron is highly specialised craftsperson's workwear.

(!) The apron on the model is the first one I made - The 2 flat apron photos and 2 detail shots show the actual apron for sale - very similar but unique!

KEY FEATURES: One of a kind • Patchwork denim • Tough heavyweight 110z denim • No waste sustainable • Adjustable cross back design, fixing through fabric loops • Soft straps • Wide pocket with 3 compartments • Large skirt pocket • Fits wide size range • Strongly constructed • Thoroughly researched & tested design

SIZE: UNISEX SMALL-LARGE Length 97cm bib top to hem, 25.5cm across bib top, 69cm apron skirt width. (Model UK10/US6 170cm/5'7").

FABRIC & CARE: Heavyweight 100% cotton denim. Acrylic herringbone tape. Machine washable 30 degrees or handwash, slow spin. Do not tumble dry. Hot iron

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

***EU CUSTOMERS - please purchase via my Etsy shop

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.