Victorian Edwardian Pinafore Aprons
Lace and Ruffled Aprons
***We've LOWERED most of our Apron Prices!***
Battenburg Lace Rose Half Length Apron $21.99
from waist to bottom
across the front waistband 2 35" ties
Roses in Tea Cups Pinafore Apron $36.99
Retro Kitchen Pinafore Apron $36.99
Pinafore Apron $36.99
OUT OF STOCK
White Eyelet Pinafore Apron $36.99
pinafore aprons have no ties and fit women from 100 to 300 lbs.
and from 5'0" to 6'0." No Kidding!
have no ties, extra gathers in front, and a special open "V" in
the back to fit most sizes.
in the USA, this unique pattern is ultra feminine with maximum
coverage. It's feminine like a pinafore, offers loads of coverage,
and is sewn to LAST!
Includes 2 pockets for all those little items we find throughout
the house! Pinafore Aprons are 42 inches in length.
Feminine ~ Full in Coverage
gorgeous Edwardian Aprons are created one at a time by Nannette
Stewart Originals. Offered in sizes 8-18 (See Size Chart Below)
they tie in the back and have two front pockets.
Options (Left to Right)
Roses on Blue; Pink Calico; Petite Garden Roses;
Roses; Counry Roses; Cabbage Roses on Pink
your size and fabric by clicking on the "Product Details" button.
Aprons have been around for a long time, and they are definitely
not just for cooking! Gardening, house cleaning, life with
children, and even entertaining are all good reasons for having a
few aprons on hand, and because they must always be eventually
replaced, aprons make wonderful gifts! At Roses and Teacups, you
will find that practical and pretty need not be mutually
Women who are in the kitchen a lot make the perfect recipients
for the gift of a lovely apron. It's hard to justify purchasing
something pretty for ourselves when it's just for covering up the
"real" clothes, and somehow we picture it getting immediately
splattered with red sauce! But what a nice feeling to be stirring
the soup wearing something feminine and pretty!
I had two flowing aprons that I made for myself years ago. I was
very sad when they were worn to threads, because I felt so special
when wearing them. (I also felt less afraid of playdough, mud, and