Why wear a flimsy apron. The whole point is to protect your clothes from grease and splats and whatever else you're preparing. This apron is like two in one — one side a lively cotton fabric made from recycled saris with a huge denim pocket, the other side a hefty denim from pre-consumer jean remnants with a matching sari pocket from the other side. All quilted top to bottom, approximately every two - 3 inches for durability. The aprons are one size fits all unigender. Don't worry about fit, there are long waist straps to tie where it's most comfortable and a long neck strap to tie in the front. Whether you're a crafter, a baker, a cook, a painter, this apron was made to last — and look good for years. We suspect after 100 or so washings, it'll look even better.
NOTE: Each apron is totally unique. All beautiful. Photos show what we have left in stock. Pick the photo of the apron you want... for you or to gift or both.
Pre-consumer denim remnants
Big pockets on both sides
Each piece is a one-of-kind
Handcrafted in Bangladesh by artisans earning a fair trade wage
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Dimensions: 34"L x 11.4"W at top x 27.6"W at bottom Care: Cold wash, gentle cycle, line dry
SOURCE Handcrafted in Bangledesh.
MATERIALS Recycled cotton sari fabric and remnant pre-consumer denim.
ABOUT THE COMPANY Ten Thousand Villages is a global maker‑to‑market movement that breaks the cycle of generational poverty and ignites social change. They provide ethically-sourced wares — that empower makers from around the globe.