Watercolor Mushroom Apron

This whimsical design doesn’t come with fairy sous-chefs, but it will spark imagination in the kitchen.
created by

Betsy Olmsted

$46.00

Betsy Olmsted created by

Betsy Olmsted

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Save Room for Magic

You might be wondering: What do gnomes make for dinner? We think these wild mushrooms are a safe bet. Betsy Olmstead's enchanted apron plays on that idea with a whimsical print of a wild mushroom patch. She first paints the watercolor scene, which is then applied to a Japanese-style, cross-back design that eliminates the need for traditional ties. A lovely gift for nature lovers or your favorite cook, it doesn't come with fairy sous-chefs (sigh), but it will help to spark creativity in the kitchen. Handmade in India.

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Made in India

Betsy Olmsted

created by

Betsy Olmsted

location

Pennsylvania

As a lover of life, Betsy Olmsted enjoys tending her garden while snail hunting with her boys, cooking with local, seasonal foods and entertaining and creating quirky party atmospheres. With a bold color palette, natural fabrics, and exceptional quality, Betsy's textiles are sure to become heirloom treasures and her studio is proudly part of historic Lancaster City's dynamic arts culture.

Handmade
Made from
cotton
Measurements
37" L
One size fits most
Ingredients
Care
Machine washable.
Item ID
48152

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