Monday, September 13, 2010


I've chosen french toile in 100% cotton for these two very different aprons. They're both hard wearing and washable. They would look great hanging on a hook in the kitchen when not in use!
*Interesting Facts* Toile is the french for cloth. The most famous toile is Toile de Jouy, it takes it's name from a small french village near Versailles, where in 1760, a Barvarian called Christophe-Philipe Oberkampf established a cotton print factory.


  1. HI
    Did you make these? Thanks for your comment on my recent post. Have a lovely week.

  2. Hi-Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. The toile apron is so pretty. I hope
    you have a lovely week.

  3. Thank you for visiting my blog - and for a leaving a comment on the sea inspired Fall cloche. Couldn't find your email to send you an email so I figured I would visit your blog and I love the toile!!! Have a great evening.

  4. What lovely aprons - that fabric is beautiful! Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

  5. This fabric is perfect for aprons. I especially love the full apron style :)