Split Leg Potters/Craft Apron, Ochre Canvas, Crossback. For artists, makers, gardeners No4:5
Tough cotton canvas apron, in a warm 'curry' tone. Carefully designed for the needs of artists and makers, the overlapped split skirt gives lots of movement, whilst ensuring each leg is perfectly covered when sitting at the wheel or work bench. Fantastically comfortable design, with cross back straps, easy-fit, with no ties around the neck - bib pocket for small tools, roomy side pocket, loop for cleaning cloth etc. Beautifully sewn, meticulously designed and made-to-last, this apron is highly specialised craftsperson's workwear.
KEY FEATURES: Split Leg skirt • Crossback straps • Tough medium-heavyweight cotton canvas • Very good coverage wrapping around the body • No ties around the neck • Good size bib pocket • Large skirt pocket • Loop for hanging cleaning cloth • Strongly constructed • Thoroughly researched & tested design • Sustainable small batch making
STANDARD SIZE: CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK - MAKING MORE SOON!! approx UK 10-18 (USA 6-14). 92cm bib top to hem, 27cm across bib top, 100cm apron skirt width. (Model size UK10, 5'7"/170cm)
PETITE SIZE: approx UK 6-10 (USA 2-6) for height approx 152cm-160cm (5'-5'3"). Narrower bib and shorter straps than Standard Size. 25.5cm across bib top, 98cm apron skirt width, 92cm bib top to hem.
FABRIC & CARE: 100% cotton (Oeko-Tex 100 certified). Machine washable 30º, slow spin. Do not tumble dry.
POSTAGE: Royal Mail Special Delivery / International 'Tracked & Signed'. International orders - customs tax may be applied on delivery. 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 https://inthemakingaprons.etsy.com/listing/845473349
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.