NEW! One-of-a-kind Ochre Patchwork Canvas Bag with Blue Patterned Cord Strap. Upcycled. 003

£120.00
  • NEW! One-of-a-kind Ochre Patchwork Canvas Bag with Blue Patterned Cord Strap. Upcycled. 003
  • NEW! One-of-a-kind Ochre Patchwork Canvas Bag with Blue Patterned Cord Strap. Upcycled. 003
  • NEW! One-of-a-kind Ochre Patchwork Canvas Bag with Blue Patterned Cord Strap. Upcycled. 003
  • NEW! One-of-a-kind Ochre Patchwork Canvas Bag with Blue Patterned Cord Strap. Upcycled. 003
  • NEW! One-of-a-kind Ochre Patchwork Canvas Bag with Blue Patterned Cord Strap. Upcycled. 003

Conspicuous contemporary style combines with eco-zero waste values in this robust and well made shoulder bag - comprised of over 20 individual pieces of golden canvas remnants sewn together to give a striking striped effect. The seams inside are neatly overlocked and the pocket edges are bound with orange woven tape. The blue patterned para-cord allows the strap to be adjusted, knotting through a tube of fabric on one side of the bag. I designed this bag specifically to use long strips of canvas leftover from making work aprons in the range and each one is unique.

KEY FEATURES: Strongly made • Adjustable strap • Made from good quality repurposed canvas remnants • Para-cord strap element • Internal pocket • Washable • Zero waste • Sustainable making • Handmade by Lisa Bennett

SIZE: 40cm wide x 42cm long

FABRIC/MATERIALS: 100% cotton canvas (Oeko-Tex 100 certified), 8mm 100% polyester parachute cord. Machine washable 30C (remove cord).

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

***EU/worldwide CUSTOMERS: Please purchase via my Etsy shop https://inthemakingaprons.etsy.com/listing/1515592070

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 retaining their designed purpose and functionality. Any remnants are used to make well-designed bags and patch work aprons.