Cheerful Floral Cotton Bib Apron, Refugee Made in USA
Flower Packet Apron
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You will be proud to wear this cheerful apron, designed and sewn by refugee craftswoman Benedicte Buoho.
Originally from Ivory Coast, Benedicte spent five years in a refugee camp in Togo before coming to the U.S. with her two children in May 2016. They are all native French speakers and are working hard on their English skills.
We are proud to offer Benedicte’s creations to our customers, and to help her make a new life for herself and her children here in the Detroit area.
This pretty main print features images of flower seed packets. A plain maroon fabric makes up the main part of the bib and accents the single front patch pocket and the hem.
The bib section is pleated into the edging, and the skirt is pleated into the waistband.
This apron fastens with ties at the neck and waist.
Colors: Multi-colored, but the dominant colors are pinks.
Measurements (in inches):
Across waist: 17.5
Waist to hem: 22.5
|Dimensions||9 x 10 x 1 in|