The openwork double apron from black linen fabric, embroidered with threads of the ame color, is an example of the harmonic use of the traditional Russian costume element in modern wardrobe. The apron is wrapped around hips and tied on a waist with size adjustment. In its creation, craftswomen were inspired by the famous piece of Slavic women's old suit, a homespun woolen skirt. The apron is ornate with hand embroidery. The graphic pattern uses the following seam ornaments: "Norwegian spider", "small spiders", "triple grill", "soap bubble", openwork "bug with warping" and a pattern, the most complicated in terms of performance technique, "Vologda glass", combining the warping seam ornament technique and point lace elements. Such a work of handmade embroidery art will be an elegant addition to a dress, skirt or trousers, and will add bright individuality to a look.
Hand or machine wash at a temperature not exceeding 30°.
Non-chlorine bleaching only.
Delicate drying in the washing machine drum.
Ironing at a medium temperature setting of 150°.
Delicate dry cleaning.