NEW! First Aid Purse with appliqué red cross, made with upcycled fabrics. Eco Gift.

£28.00
  • NEW! First Aid Purse with appliqué red cross, made with upcycled fabrics. Eco Gift.
  • NEW! First Aid Purse with appliqué red cross, made with upcycled fabrics. Eco Gift.
  • NEW! First Aid Purse with appliqué red cross, made with upcycled fabrics. Eco Gift.
  • NEW! First Aid Purse with appliqué red cross, made with upcycled fabrics. Eco Gift.
  • NEW! First Aid Purse with appliqué red cross, made with upcycled fabrics. Eco Gift.

Bring this handy little bag out with you every day in your pocket or bag - stock it with daily medication, headache or allergy tablets, plasters, wipes. A genuinely useful gift idea for both men and women - friends, Mums, parents and the 'tricky to buy for' -
it's also an eco conscious gift choice, reducing textile waste by making use of the small fabric remnants leftover from making my aprons and toiles.

KEY FEATURES: Handmade zip bag • Tough cotton canvas • Appliqué red cross • Fits sets of headache/allergy/medicine tablets, asthma inhaler, plasters, tissues etc • Zip closure • Washable • Zero waste • Sustainable making

Made from small fabric remnants leftover from making No4:5 and No14:2 aprons, reducing textile waste, inspired by the concept of Japanese Boro preserving and repurposing fabrics.

SIZE: 14cm x 10.5cm

FABRIC/MATERIALS: 100% cotton canvas (Oeko-Tex 100 certified), 100% cotton calico, 100% red twill, YKK zip. Machine washable 30C.

POSTAGE & ECO PACKAGING: UK Royal Mail Tracked 24 / USA International 'Tracked'. Gift wrap and packaging (plastic-free): 100% recyclable paper & box, parcel tape is paper with natural rubber based adhesive fully recyclable & compostable.

***EU/CANADA CUSTOMERS: Please purchase via my Etsy shop https://inthemakingaprons.etsy.com/listing/1605808170

ABOUT: Working from my little studio, in hilly-leafy South-East London, I make workwear aprons in small batches, using natural fabrics, with minimal waste. I always choose fabrics that are washable and hardwearing, constructing aprons that will last many years longer than normal clothes, retaining their designed purpose and functionality.