Arvilla Ruby's Profile
My Mother made my first apron when I was 4 years old and it hangs in my dining room. At the age of 10, my Grandmother Arvilla Ruby taught me to make my first apron. I wish I still had it.
I have aprons my Great-Grandmother made by hand. I wear an apron all the time, even to the market when I forget to take it off. People call me the Apron Lady. You can say, aprons are a big part of my family history.
I make my aprons to last just as my Great-Grandmother made hers to last.
I sell a lot of aprons at craft fairs, boutiques and specialty stores. For a location, please contact me, The Apron Lady.
-are top stitched with matching or contrasting thread.
-have straps that are reinforced 5 times for durability.
-have no pinching or pulling because the apron ties have no metal
-are created with…
- Born on June 11
- Joined March 6, 2011