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Batik Indigo Pocket Apron

You’ll love it because: Looks great on whether you are baking a soufflé or flipping a burger on the grill! A must-have for any home cook or barbecue aficionado.

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$53.00

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Hmong batik is beautiful, of course, but it is also durable and can be used in many ways. And, so, we bring you a handsome apron, suitable for men and women, to bring a little Hmong aesthetic and culture to your culinary life! We start with handwoven, soft Lao cotton dyed in natural indigo.

A Hmong batik panel, done on hemp, is stitched onto the front and also serves as a pocket. The apron is done in collaboration with Tai Lue and Hmong artisans through our Village Weavers Project.

Additional information

Weight400 g

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Made by Hmong
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