INGREDIENTS LDN botanical dyed cafe apron
INGREDIENTS LDN botanical dyed cafe apron plant dyed linen apron uk botanical dyed linen cafe apron uk handmade linen cafe apron naturally dyed linen apron uk
This classic Café Apron comes in a naturally dyed soft stone grey colour. Featuring a long tie closure that can loop around the waist to tie at the back, front or side, the front of the Café Apron is trimmed with two large pockets ideal for holding kitchen or working utensils. The calm stone colour of this plant-dyed linen apron is achieved through an all-natural tea bath modified with a small concentration of iron.
Our Botanical Dyed Linen range is made from finest Irish linen and crafted with utmost care for the environment and attention to detail. Designed and hand-dyed in small batches in the Kathryn Davey design studio which is run from the heart of Dublin, Ireland. The studio has a strong commitment to working with natural materials and ethical and sustainable practices. 
The pure Irish linen fabric is woven by second-generation weavers of the last surviving Mill in the South of Ireland. Each piece of fabric is carefully sewn and prepared to absorb the natural pigments of the plant dye through a process known as "scouring". The dying process starts with a tea bath and is followed up by plant dye baths that vary in ingredients depending on the desired colour. Following each bath, the linens are washed with eco-friendly detergent and fabric softener before they are finally pressed ready for use.
Size: one size fits all
Material: finest 100% Irish Linen
Woven and naturally dyed in Ireland.
Variations in colour are to be expected due to the natural dying process of these items. We celebrate these differences as part of the inherent qualities of handmade items and we hope you do too.
Care: Our Botanical Dyed Linen range will only become softer the more it is used and washed. To preserve the quality of the linen wash cold with similar colours and line dry. Though our linen products can be tumble-dried on low, line drying is better for the linen and the environment.