Daisy Dabu Kitchen Apron
Daisy Dabu Kitchen Apron

Daisy Dabu Kitchen Apron

Handcrafted in India   |   32736
$28.00 $19.98
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This beautiful handmade kitchen apron is created using a resist hand block printing technique, printed on naturally dyed indigo surface in a unique blue and white floral pattern. Features rectangle patch pocket and 110"l adjustable strap. Due to the hand dyed nature of the fabric, we recommend washing before first use in cold water with 1/2 cup of vinegar. Machine wash cold separately, tumble dry. Dimensions: 30"h x 25"w.

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Your purchase creates income and social reform for hundreds of artisans in Mumbai and other parts of India, as well as funding community improvement projects for their communities.

Since 1976, SERRV International has partnered with artisans in India, providing a long-term trading partnership and interest-free advance payment for our orders. Through sales of their products, over 800 artisans in more than 50 cooperatives and family workshops throughout India receive needed... Read more...


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Love this pretty apron!
Dec 2, 2022  |  By Martha Paradeis
This apron will get a lot of use in my kitchen. It's very pretty; the fabric is soft and drapey--not too thick. The strap is a continuous one, so it looks like it would fit just about anyone. It exceeded my expectations; I got one to give as a gift, too. Remember to wash before wearing in cold water with 1/2 cup of white vinegar added to the soaking water, to set the dye. Then you're good to go!

Beautifully made
Aug 12, 2022  |  By Linda Knoth
This apron is so beautiful. Well made and this size is perfect. Love it and I'll be ordering more like it.

At last, a good design & fit for me
Jul 28, 2021  |  By Deborah Taylor-Pearce
I tried 2 other apron designs from SERRV before this one, neither of which worked for me. SERRV's Red Quail Apron = inadequate coverage, and overly stiff ties. The Kantha Patchwork Pocket Apron = better coverage, attractive print, but the ties are too thin (making them less comfortable & hard to tie in back).

Happy to report that my third try -- the Daisy Dabu Kitchen Apron -- is a success! The ties are a good width, plus pliable and comfortable and infinitely adjustable. To get the coverage and fit I want, I raise up/fold the apron, and tie it in back just under my armpits (moving the pocket to chest height). This way, the apron completely covers my front. (I know it's weird, but it's the way I do things, after years of wearing aprons designed for men that were always too big for me. ;-) Not all apron designs accommodate such creative styling (e.g., SERRV's Red Quail Apron has a very defined waist, with gathers -- not a smooth front -- that you wouldn't want to move up under your armpits).

The Daisy Dabu Kitchen Apron does everything I need it to do ... plus it's very attractive ... so I'm a happy, messy cook again!

Birthday Gift for a Friend
Apr 18, 2021  |  By Mary O'Brien
I always give this friend a Fair Trade gift for her birthday. She is newly married, so I thought an apron and matching dinner napkins would be appropriate. She was so pleased!!! I purchased the second apron for my daughter-in-law who always wears an apron. I went to her home for Easter and she was wearing it proudly.