NEW! Tool Pouch Bag for Potters, Artists & Makers. Upcycled Repurposed Canvas. 004

£19.50
  • NEW! Tool Pouch Bag for Potters, Artists & Makers. Upcycled Repurposed Canvas.  004
  • NEW! Tool Pouch Bag for Potters, Artists & Makers. Upcycled Repurposed Canvas.  004
  • NEW! Tool Pouch Bag for Potters, Artists & Makers. Upcycled Repurposed Canvas.  004
  • NEW! Tool Pouch Bag for Potters, Artists & Makers. Upcycled Repurposed Canvas.  004
  • NEW! Tool Pouch Bag for Potters, Artists & Makers. Upcycled Repurposed Canvas.  004

A little bag with a multitude of uses - suitable for storing pencils, pens, paintbrushes, carving tools, paints and much more. The drawstring pulls up tightly and secures with a cord stop forming a carrying loop, handy for transporting it to the studio or classes or hanging up on a peg. Also use it as a phone bag for a quick dash to the shops or taking the dog for a walk!

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

DESIGN: Handmade Drawstring Pouch Bag • Tough cotton canvas • Fits variety of pens, pencils, carving tools, paintbrushes up to 20cm/8" long • Small outside pocket • Drawstring closure secures with spring loaded cord lock • Washable • No waste • Sustainable making • Made-to-last

SIZE: 21cm x 14cm

FABRIC/MATERIALS: 100% cotton canvas, 100% cotton cord, ochre thread is 100% recycled polyester, plastic cord lock with metal spring. Machine wasble 30C.

POSTAGE & ECO PACKAGING: (UK) Royal Mail First Class/International 'Tracked & Signed'. Plastic-free gift wrap & packaging: 100% recyclable paper & box, parcel tape is paper with natural rubber based adhesive fully recyclable & compostable.
*Last post for Christmas: UK 21st December, USA 8th December.*

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.