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Mosney Mill, Animal Design Apron.
Shop 2 gorgeous designs in these Mosney Mill aprons. Not only are they stunning but made of the finest quality, as well as being designed AND manufactured in the UK, how’s that for British Made! The abundance of delicate detail and the mix of colours from vibrant to minimal, they make a remarkable addition to any kitchen, and even fit for a decorative use but they are to gorgeous to leave sitting there! Look good whilst cooking in Mosney Mill!
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These Aprons aren’t only a delight to your eyes but are a lovely shape to touch and feel, adorned with the above selection of charming designs drawn by their wonderful artist.
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At up to 90cm long and up to 70cm wide (depending on design chosen) with a generous 86cm of fastening tapes and an adjustable neck strap, you’ll still look stylish while keeping your clothes free from drips and spills.
Made from Cotton.
To keep these kitchen textiles in tip top condition:
we advise you to machine wash at 40 degrees and reshape while still wet
For these textiles to look pristine, iron them while they’re still slightly damp
Do not tumble dry!
I first met Emma at Harrogate Trade Fair in 2016, and when we started chatting we quickly discovered that my shop and Emma’s workshop are only about ten miles away from each other – Emma lives and works at Mosney Mill, which she and her family renovated themselves. As they did so, they uncovered its rich history as a textile printing mill in the late 1700’s.