June 05, 2013

Developing an Apron

We first developed our aprons for the barista staff at FourBarrel Coffee. Fourbarrel's patrons took notice of the aprons and kept asking who made them. The staff directed them next door to our shop and the few extra aprons we had sold out almost immediately. We continued to get emails and calls all asking the same question, "When are you going to make more aprons?" The time has finally come and we will be releasing a full stock of aprons.

As we started to redevelop and improve on our previous design, our focus was narrowed on coupling efficiency with style. These aprons are made of a lighter material with summer barbecues and quick stints in the kitchen in mind. We also added multiple pockets to allow for easy storage of pens, phones, tools and notebooks. Along with these adjustments, we sourced a dead stock Cone Mills White Oak selvedge canvas for a unique look and style.

We decided that the perfect release date had to be Father’s Day. It’s the perfect gift, especially when paired with a cookbook and spice set from San Francisco’s 4505 chef Ryan Farr. Whether bought separately or bundled, these are gifts your father, husband, or brother are going to love.

We are excited to announce the release of the Taylor Stitch Apron and Father’s Day bundle. Happy Father’s Day everyone!