Cooking with Gas Petroglyphs
Stylized mocha colored petroglyph-like shapes - or are they puzzle pieces - are scattered across a black background and bound with a mocha bias binding.
Cooking with Gas is an apron solidly placed in a decade of homemade apron design. Based on a 1940's apron pattern, this version eliminates the non-essential frills and added two functional patch pockets.
Designed with the over-the-head neck piece for ease of wear and comfort, this apron ties at the back and is adaptable to most body types and its slightly dipping hemline gives this apron a graceful line.
All edges are bound with bias binding and seams are sewn without any exposed raw edges.
Made of 100% pre-washed & dried cotton.