Also known as a "Belly Cheat." Many if not most tradesmen depicted in 18th-century woodcuts wore smocks or aprons to protect their clothing. This Tradesman’s Apron is patterned after those seen in the works of Diderot and Hogarth. The single button hole on the bib attaches to your shirt or coat button. The bib can also be folded over at the waist to wear as a lap apron. A cotton-webbing belt slides freely through sturdy side loops. Made of natural linen. Also available in cotton canvas.