Grace KHAKI TWILL Pinafore Apron
Designed and handcrafted in Yorkshire with excellent attention to quality and detail.
This vintage style Grace Pinafore Apron will give you and your garden a touch of classic elegance whilst you work.
Made from hardwearing fabric and guaranteed for 10 years
Made in Britain
Grace Khaki Twill Pinafore Apron
Made in Yorkshire
Handcrafted in Yorkshire with excellent attention to quality and detail. The Grace Pinafore Apron with it’s classic style will give you and your garden that touch of elegance whilst you enjoy gardening and pottering.
Our Grace Khaki Twill Pinafore Apron is a new favourite of ours, she offers the best of both worlds with comfortable over the shoulder straps as featured in our Martha and Erin aprons, but a slightly shorter length than the elegant Martha, just above the knee, which makes her immensely practical for gardening, and pottering.
Ideal for Gardeners
Developed for customers who would like the coverage of the Martha Pinafore Apron, but not the length, Grace was developed and tested last year and has become a hot favourite.
Available here in hardwearing Khaki Twill, she will keep you covered and allows a little more movement than Martha and Susie which is ideal for gardeners. She also comes in hardwearing Black Twill, Black Denim and Stripe.
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Handcrafted in Yorkshire with amazing attention to detail.
Features a unique large pleated front pocket to ensure you can carry all manner of gardening bits and bobs.
Designed to wear with ease. Cross over shoulder straps ensure the aprons are a delight to wear.
Many Work Purposes
Excellent workmanship ensures it can be used in the garden or for many other work purposes.
We are immensely proud of The Grace Khaki Twill Pinafore Apron and it comes with a manufacturers 10 year guarantee to repair anything that appears to have failed under normal use such as weak stitching or broken hardware completely free of charge, no cost, nothing.
However, the manufacturer will question the repair should the damage have been caused for example by a broken pen, an oil slick, over enthusiastic use of paint, or through boil washing your wool apron.
Take care as the high quality fabrics will perform well if treated well.