Looking for a Valentine’s gift idea for your special cook? Alexandra’s Bread has the gamut, from crisp, tailored nautically inspired aprons to vintage girly girly ruffles and polka dots, and everything in-between. I especially love their current collection, including several made from cotton fabric prints seemingly inspired by Cape Ann author/illustrator/Folly Cove designer Virginia Lee Burton’s children’s book The Little House.
Detail of vintage inspired apron
Laminated cotton for your littlest cook/artist
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Documentary filmmaker, photographer, landscape designer, author, and illustrator. "Beauty on the Wing: Life Story of the Monarch Butterfly" currently airing on PBS. Current film projects include Piping Plovers, Gloucester's Feast of St. Joseph, and Saint Peter's Fiesta. Visit my websites for more information about film and design projects at kimsmithdesigns.com, monarchbutterflyfilm.com, and pipingploverproject.org. Author/illustrator "Oh Garden of Fresh Possibilities! Notes from a Gloucester Garden."
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2 thoughts on “THE CUTEST APRONS IN TOWN!”
My first sewing project was an apron. But to even get the sewing machine out and everything that goes into a “simple” apron ~ I think it would be easier to Fly to Gloucester and buy one of these lovelies. Why did we stop wearing aprons? Now I want one!
These are so cute and a bit nostalgic. Love them.