Hannah Turlington printmaker and designer is launching her new aprons in collaboration the The Stitch Society, who specialise in Artisan Workwear that is simple, sStylish and durable.

Using her Pollination design she has worked closely with The Stitch Society to create an apron that is durable and beautiful, showing off her design to its full glory. The aprons are available in 3 colour ways, glowing pink, moss green and ducky blue. They are made to the design of ‘The Florist’ one of the The Stitch Society’s bespoke aprons, with the cross over back, which is synonymous with this brand.

"The Stitch Society grew from our passion for comfortable and durable workwear, a desire to make all our range in the UK from UK manufactured fabrics and a need to create sustainable, durable workwear with minimal impact. This has been our mission from the start and our commitment to this remains as strong today as it ever was," said Hannah.

Hannah specialises in telling stories with her art. She says: "I am a story teller and I use my work to tell those stories. Sometimes they belong to me; sometimes they belong to others but usually they belong to all of us."

Hannah knows the time that we spend outdoors is precious and the British weather means that sometimes we are limited to a few hours. Her aprons capture the very essence of Summer and all that is good in the world. Hannah’s Pollination design is inspired by keeping bees at home in her North Yorkshire garden and sews flowers to attract and feed the bees every year. She recognises the importance of having everyday items which are not only practical but beautiful as well, and her Pollination Aprons really fill that desire.

The Pollination Aprons are cut to The Florist apron from The Stitch Society. They have a handy large, pleated front pocket, knee length and comfortable shoulder straps and are handmade to order.