Feeling very proud! From Monday 30th September – Sunday 13th October 2019, I will be the featured maker/shop on Folksy.com! There is a ‘Meet the Maker’ interview on their blog and ‘In The Making – Aprons’ shop will be featured on the Folksy homepage for the whole 2 weeks!
Introducing the No19 – a new ‘bib and skirt’ apron design – in the Folksy and Etsy shops today.
No19:2 – A black linen bib apron with a heavy lace trim, inspired by Austrian Tyrol folk dress – we had a wonderful summer holiday there once, when I was 11, on Sunday women passed the hotel in their way to church, dressed in long plum colored skirts, lace and big black hats! Folksy
No19:3 – A royal blue cotton canvas apron, inspired by 1940’s wartime ultility clothing. Etsy
Very pleased to discover Folksy added No12 blue denim Makers Market Apron to ‘Folksy Favourites’ this week (appears on rotation on the Folksy homepage) and last night No12 ochre denim Makers Market Apron appeared on their ‘Gifts for Makers’ gift ideas selection, alongside my No 4:3 and No7 crossback aprons already there! The ‘No12 Makers Market Apron’ has taken quite a bit of time to develop, I realise it’s a bit niche, so I’m particularly pleased it’s getting a spotlight.
I’ve added a new design to the range, a pleated pinafore apron ‘No14’, now on Etsy & Folksy
The apron has deep pockets concealed behind the pleated skirt, a box pleat in the bib, adjustable neck ties and long waist ties – the first three in this design are in crisp dark navy twill.
I’ve been working on this design for since before Christmas! …with several toiles and samples…
Folksy have included two of my aprons on their ‘Valentine Ideas for Him’ gift guide!
A chance remark by a glassmaker on Instagram, about needing big pockets for craft markets, was the ‘lightbulb moment’ for designing this apron.
The aim was an apron that was brilliantly useful at craft fairs, beautifully made and intrinsically convey the wearer is a practicing artist/maker.