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Irish Linen Crossover Apron/ Pinafore dress (various colours)

Irish Linen Crossover Apron/ Pinafore dress (various colours)

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Made By: Fieldware Co
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Practical and stylish workwear apron, made in Britain from natural fibres.


From Fieldware Co comes this beautiful and durable crossover apron. The apron is handcrafted in 100% pure Irish linen, making it so incredibly comfortable and lightweight that you will forget that you are wearing it. Perfect to protect your clothes or worn over jeans and a t-shirt as a pinafore style dress.

The deep, wide pockets are a highlight for anyone working in a workshop, garden or kitchen. 

These aprons are made to last.

These are designed and made by Fieldware Co in Somerset. The linen is from Baird McNutt, a renowned Irish linen mill based next to the Kellswater river in Ballymena. After much research is was the only choice for their quality, ethics and innovation. For over 100 years Baird McNutt have maintained traditional techniques that create the very best linen whilst being committed to the environment by using methods that operate low energy and water consumption. So you can be confident that your apron will not only look wonderful but is also keeping the environment well too. 

* Important - the colour of our Oatmeal linen is determined largely by the conditions in which the flax has been grown. This may result in a slight variation in colour than of that shown on our website images. *


Length 95cm.

Generous Crossover straps ensure the apron stays in place whilst being worn.


Deep pocket.

Copper branded button guarantees original Fieldware product.

Please note that all products are handcrafted so sizing may differ very slightly.


Fieldware's Linen is from Baird McNutt, a renowned Irish linen mill based next to the Kellswater river in Ballymena.

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