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I love aprons. I love all kinds of aprons, especially the half apron in all its glorious forms.

Aprons are loaded with meaning - from motherhood to kitchen slave, fisherwoman to district nurse, domestic goddess to bondage queen ... aprons can be seen worn by women in all cultures from a piece of silk worn by a Geisha to a hard-wearing long linen rectangle, just another layer of warmth, in Peru ...

.... aprons can all things to all people and yet they are a simple piece of fabric or fibre across our laps, tied at the back or doubled around to the front if you really mean business .....

Here I proudly present my homage to an archetypal garment - the apron. It's the first in a collection of knitted aprons since I am gripped by obsessive inspiration over creating knitted aprons.

I love layering and the apron is the perfect top layer of any outfit from simple jeans to maxi dress. You can wear your Wilderness Apron with anything and look wonderful.

It's knitted with super-soft "Hug" yarn in a cable pattern and I've knitted the "apron strings" in cable too - which stretches to be tied nice and tight.

The Wilderness Apron measures about 12" long and over 14" wide.