"It is a well-known fact that pi was as celebrated in Victorian times as it is today. Once it was discovered that the earth was, in fact, round, men, women and children alike were anxious to use pi to determine the circumference of the planet.
This apron is made out of an off-white cotton with a blue print. It's Victorian in nature and, according to Wikipedia, is referred to as a toile print. The apron has two pockets and onto one of them I have stitched a blue fleece heart and a white felt pi. Victorians and pi, together at last."