Varyer + Hand Habits Apron
All net proceeds from the sales of these aprons will be donated to the Transgender Education Network of Texas (TENT), the largest trans-led, trans-focused organization in the state of Texas.
Hand Habits' otherworldly Sugar the Bruise is out. Varyer developed the EP's graphic design, and the language that emerged was just asking for a garment that could protect your fit from debris and apple flotsam. This thing is going to look excellent with stains and grime. Exclusive to the Varyer Shop, highly limited.
Two-pocket apron with adjustable waist tie, 55% organic cotton fiber and 45% recycled polyester. Sturdy yet soft.
Two Risograph prints accompany the apron, one of which includes a new poem written by m. duffy. They were printed by Saddle-Stitch Press.
"Music, for me, has always been a spoonful of honey easing the intermittent and inescapable bitterness of the human experience. It’s been a thick sweetness in my loneliest moments. In my earliest memories of playing music, whether alone or in a group, the feeling of being connected to a greater force beyond explanation is the one that shines through. I’ve been deeply committed to the path of conjuring this elusive yet poignant feeling through playing guitar, through making songs and sounds and sharing them with others." —Meg Duffy