Give your child a skill they'll retain for life- cooking. If you don't know a whisk from a spatula, you can learn, too. Just surf the net for any number of free learn how to cook videos or go old school and buy a Betty Crocker or Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. You can also check out our book Amish Cooking for Kids. But cooking can make a mess. Keep your child clean with this apron!
An enterprising young Amish neighbor of ours saw matching pairs of potholders and tea towels for sale at the store and somehow envisioned children's aprons. The basket overflowing with green and red grapes, as well as grape leaves and vines match the Old World floral chintz print of the waist and neck ties so well. The double bottom trim of white and burgundy lace make the whole finished apron evocative of Tuscany!
We have extensive dimensions available at the bottom of the page, just to ensure this apron will fit your little one.
- Bodice width: 6 ½”
- Bodice length: 7”
- Neck tie from top of bodice to nape of neck: 11 7/8” (doubled for entire tie)
- Waist ties: 54 7/8", end to end
- Skirt width: 15 ¼”
- Skirt length: 15”, includes waist ties and lace trim