Quilted Homestead Apron in Touch of Grey
The Homestead Apron is a vintage throwback collaboration between Revivall & Tori (of Cedar Hill Homestead). This collaboration was sparked by an overwhelming amount of interest every time Tori was photographed wearing her favorite vintage pinafore apron. She attested that this was truly the best apron because it covers your entire outfit, it has the perfect large pockets, it seems to fit everyone like a glove, and its cute enough to wear as an outfit!
We brought this pattern back to life, offering it in two size variations to accommodate more body types. XS-M and L-2XL. Which one you choose should be determined by how you’d like it to fit. Our measurements are taken from smallest, with a bit of overlap in the back to largest, having the back pieces barely touch. If you don’t mind having a gap in the back, then you can size down. Homestead apron shown here over the Wilderness Dress in Herbaceous Merlot and the Floral Chemise in Soiree. The quilted pieces were made using our leftover fabrics from the Spring Collection and is part of our Zero Waste Initiative.
The last image shows the fit of the Large apron on a 2XL model, Janine. Janine is also the quilter that does all of our patchwork and quilting.
XS-M: 26” – 32” Length (top of waistband to hem) 31.5″
L-2XL: 32” to a 44″ Length (top of waistband to hem) 33″
Features: Each apron is sustainably made using dead-stock fabric. They feature two deep front pockets, front and back bibs, a tie at the neck and waist and a full length skirt.
This Homestead Apron is a made from a slightly stretchy deadstock linen/rayon blend grey fabric. The pockets and bib are quilted together from our scrap fabric in an effort to be a zero-waste company.
2 Front patch pockets
Wrap around waistband for adjustability
Back neck tie
MATERIAL- Linen/rayon blend deadstock fabric with quilted scrap fabrics. Deadstock is what is left over when larger fashion houses discard their fabric and by using it, we are striving to keep more fabric out of landfills. This also ensures we are not participating in the new fabric industry, which is extremely harmful on our planet. Want to know more about deadstock fabric? Click here.