I embroider feminist and activist quotations on vintage hostess aprons, the only item I can think of that is both domestic and sexy. This seductive aspect is much like the purpose of prehistoric women’s aprons, the first human clothing. They were not practical either, being made of string with a knotted fringe. The weight of the knots would make the fringe move and sway, adding to the allure. In this series, I play with the contrast between the attractive appearance of the apron and the power of telling one’s truth.