PM Apron

Discussion in 'The Marketplace' started by jwardl, Dec 24, 2014.

  1. jwardl

    jwardl Registered User

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    Does anyone here make their own aprons? I'm interested in something that fits Texas size requirements, but is truly one-of-a-kind.
     
  2. MasterBulldawg

    MasterBulldawg Registered User

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    Try brotherhoodaprons.com
     
  3. Pscyclepath

    Pscyclepath Premium Member

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    Also look at The Craftsman's Apron...
     
  4. MasterBulldawg

    MasterBulldawg Registered User

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    Craftsman's apron are expensive. ..Brotherhood is more affordable and does Texas size aprons...they made my PM apron as seen in my profile pic.
     
  5. vangoedenaam

    vangoedenaam Premium Member

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    Juan sepulveda makes custom aprons too
     
  6. Benjamin Baxter

    Benjamin Baxter Moderator Staff Member

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    You can't beat brotherhoods aprons or service. A true classy company......
     
  7. Pscyclepath

    Pscyclepath Premium Member

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    I have one of Brotherhood's rounded aprons that was the first thing I bought for myself when I became a MM. It is truly a fine piece, and stands out ;-)

    Brother Craddock was one of the men who inspired me to join Masonry way back a few years ago before he went full-time with the Apron, so those are a little special to me, too. I have a little while to wait before I can have a PM apron, but will likely go see what Marse Pat can put together for me when that time does come.
     
  8. jwardl

    jwardl Registered User

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    Love the round ones, but I don't think they'd fly here in TX. I've never seen a brother wearing one, and they're certainly not regulation.
    PM's have historically been given alot of latitude when it comes to their aprons, but there is discussion about cracking down on them so I want to go with regulation to be on the safe side -- at least size-wise.
     
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