Apron

Apron

20.00

This colorful apron made out of African fabric will bring joy into your kitchen - a great gift for all cooking enthusiasts.

The cotton aprons are made by Ugandan women with disabilities. They fit people of all sizes – the neck strap is adjustable. Choose matching pot holders or oven mittens, too, and you have a great bundle for a gift!

Material: Cotton

The fabrics may bleed. Wash separately at 30°C.

Each product is handmade, often by women who lack basic numeracy skills and cannot use a tape measure. However, they put all their love and care into each product. We hope that you find the tiny variations in size, pattern, and colours as part of the charm of the product!

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About the Artisans

 
 
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Kampala Disabled Initiative is a group of physically handicapped women with great skills in tailoring and crafts making in the capital Kampala. The women regularly take in new handicapped girls as trainees to teach them sewing skills. Many of the products are developed in cooperation with Estonian fashion designers and volunteers.

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I love the slippers! Very well made & pretty! I’ve had mine for a year already!
— Siisi Saetalu

 

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