Ok thanks. I got my father a very ornate one
Are grand lodge just banned custom aprons
Which then discourages the brethren from purchasing a nice Master Mason apron of their own, and they go back to wearing the tired, worn, frayed and grimy cloth aprons from the stack at the tyler's station. Sigh.I'm not a. 100% sure I just know there was a problem with people designing there own or wearing something similar to george washington apron. So the rule is a basic white rectangle with the correct dimensions,
No we are given brand new aprons of our own
Does the prohibition include Past Master's aprons or are they still allowed?
In Minnesota, nobody wears their "raising apron" that they're given. They put that away to keep it spotless for their eventual funeral. They wear the tired cloth aprons from the tyler's station. We're permitted to buy nice MM or PM aprons, but hardly anybody does.No we are given brand new aprons of our own
I've had this discussion recently with a wise brother, and I don't know if, in Texas, we are indeed allowed to put much on our aprons. The law book specifies the size, and mentions a few things you can put on there.
My question is: are you only allowed to put the items mentioned in the law book on the apron?
Or can a Texas PM wear the aprons worn by Canadian and English PMs with the perpendiculars below the columns, as long as the apron is the right dimensions in size?