Every Sunday, we will be featuring products from the Fair Trade Shop selected by a member of the Jesus' Economy team. Every product selected is one they've personally bought, used, and fallen in love with.
This week's pick was selected by Michael Freyberger, chief technology officer for Jesus' Economy.
All of the aprons from Guatemala are inspired by the natural beauty of the area and incorporate traditional Mayan design. They're made from sturdy, handwoven 100% cotton and are easy to care for as they're durable enough for the washing machine and dryer. The bistro apron has 40" ties long enough to double around your waist and tie in the front along with a pocket. The pattern also comes in bib, with 32" ties for an adjustable fit with a double front pocket, and cross back, that has a cross-style open back.
Michael purchased the bistro apron for his wife as she loves to cook and bake. When she's in the kitchen, she needs something that's comfortable while durable enough to be washed repeatedly without falling apart.
"My wife got one of the aprons made in Guatemala and loved it, it was really well made and beautiful colors! The apron is so comfortable and so colorful! I love having it hanging in our kitchen, so I can always see it. Knowing that it was made and sold through an honest and ethical fair trade store makes it perfect!" - Michael
Look through our selection of aprons from Guatemala and choose yours so you can get cooking!