Happy Holidays NTA Embroidered Apron
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More InformationWe know many of our NTPs and students LOVE to cook and bake…so we made you an embroidered Holiday-themed Apron! Easy clean-up and fun to represent the NTA in! Thanks to this Holiday Embroidered Apron, you don’t have to worry about keeping your clothes clean when cooking! The neck loop and long ties, two front pockets, and intricate embroidery in front all come together in an eye-catching and comfy accessory that’ll make you long for more time in the kitchen. To everyone this holiday season, we wish you and yours happy holidays! Our new merch design includes: A leaf from the Bodhi tree symbolizing Bodhi Day, a Buddhist celebration of when the Buddha realized enlightenment. (December 8) A fir tree representing Christmas Day, the celebration of Jesus’ birth (December 25) A candle to celebrate Diwali, a five-day Hindu celebration of a Festival of Lights (November 14-19) A moon reflecting on Eid al-Fitr, a Muslim celebration of Ramadan’s end (The Muslim calendar has shifting dates, and this holiday sometimes falls in December) A menorah for the celebration of Hanukkah, the eight-day Jewish celebration of the Festival of Lights (December 10-18) A kinara of seven candles (Mishumaa Sabaa) to celebrate Kwanzaa, a weeklong secular holiday honoring African-American heritage (December 26-January 1) A hanging lantern to celebrate the Lunar New Year, which according to the AP Style Guide, is “the most important holiday in several East Asian countries, marking the start of the Chinese lunar calendar…Lunar New Year is preferred over Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, the name it is known by in China.” Observed in South Korea as Seollal and Vietnam as Tet. (January 25) The sun and moon represents the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year. (December 21) Holly leaf for the celebration of Yule or Yuletide, the celebration of the Winter Solstice that’s observed in some Pagan traditions (December 21-January 1). Product Description: • 70% polyester, 30% cotton • Fabric weight: 9 oz/yd² (305 g/m²) • Size: 20″ × 30″ (50.8 cm × 76.2 cm) • Adjustable neck loop and long ties • Two front pockets This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!
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