Original Waist Apron

Fieldware Co

£56.95 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 24th April
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    • 30th April
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    • Standard delivery
    • 2nd - 7th May


  • Vegan Friendly
  • Made in UK
  • Handmade

Our original pattern waist apron uses our lightweight yet hard wearing, British waxed cotton. Handcrafted in Somerset it features extra long waist straps for front or back fastening. Two large front pockets at the front are secured with additional strength copper rivets.

Need to know

Our waxed cotton is tough stuff, it will naturally weather with age and still look great years from now. Simply wipe off any dirt with a sponge and cold water. Treat with a little Fieldware reproofing wax now and then, to keep it in tip top condition.
Don't forget our waxed cotton does not like a washing machine, tumble dryer or iron.


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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 2nd - 7th May

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Tracey and Claire, owners of Fieldware Co

Fieldware Co

taunton, somerset

We are Fieldware. We are made in Somerset. We are handcrafted.

Every day we do our upmost to be good, really good at what we do, designing and making workwear and functional products for garden, work and home.

Forging a creative community of artisans and innovators who have both talent and passion for handmade.

We like to call it 'The Art of Craft’