An openwork double apron from steel-colored linen fabric, embroidered with ton-sur-son threads. It 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.