Vintage Children's Tea Towel Apron with Embroidered Flowers
Cooking with kids is just not about ingredients, recipes, and cooking. It's about harnessing imagination, empowerment, and creativity. Guy Fieri
This child-size apron was once someone's repurposed sewing project made out of a vintage tea towel. It features colorful embroidered flowers, decorative trim and a brand-new bright white grosgrain ribbon. So cute for fun time in the kitchen with your small chef or for photo props for your Instagram feed, this little apron guarantees a good time and a pretty picture. Most likely the vintage tea towel aspect dates to about the 1950s or 1960s while the grosgrain ribbon is a contemporary addition.
We know cooking in the kitchen with kids can be a messy endeavor but with this apron none of that matters. The great thing about it is that while it contains a boatload of vintage charm it also has a few flaws (explained in the condition section) so there is no need to feel bad if it acquires a new berry stain or a chocolate chip drip, simply lauder it gently and carry on with your next culinary adventure.
- Pansy embroidery design
- Soft cream color cotton material
- Colors include coral, peach, red, brown, pink, blue, green, black and gold
There is a small fraying spot near the hem on the left side. It measures 1/8" inch by 1/8" inch. There are no small very light (so light they don't show up in photos) spots - one near the waist and one tucked halfway down in the fold of the apron. Both are barely noticeable.
This apron comes without a stated size, so please pay attention to these measurements to ensure a good fit your small chef. When lying flat the apron measures:
Waist to hem: 14.5" inches
Waist: 12.5" inches
Ribbon adds an extra 12" inches on each side
In addition to keeping kids and kitchens tidy, this vintage tea towel apron also makes for a cute display in kids rooms as well as booth styling and restaurant decor.
Looking for more fun vintage kids items? Find a Better Homes & Gardens Junior Cook Book here.