Size Length: 15 inches (38cm), Width: 16 inches (41 cm), Strap:33 inchesx3 inches (84 cmx8 cm), Pocket: 5 inchesx6 inches (13cmx15cm)
Hand block printed
Azo-free, low impact dyes
Machine wash cold, delicate cycle. Tumble dry low
Crafted by a women's handicraft enterprise from Western India
Disclaimer: Due to the handmade nature of our products and variations in device screens, you may find slight variations in color and/or craftsmanship. Even if from the same dye lot, slight variations in color may occur. This is not a defect, but a unique feature of handmade goods.
Simply simple and fashionable, this hand block printed, hand-embroidered, hand-sewn bag is as eco-friendly as it gets. Flower patterns are stitched together and felt-appliquéd onto the bag. Fun and feminine, it's designed with a convenient interior pocket and a broad strap for comfort. A single pocket is perfect to keep small items such as a cell phone, small purse, coins etc.
Use it for books, iPad, Kindle and other items that may be too big to fit in your handbag.
Created by a women's cooperative from a drought-prone region of western India that has over 600 women members. As member-owners, women gain avenues for financial and social independence.
Available in 2 colors.
A Fair Trade product. Handmade by artisans in India.
How It's Made
A women's cooperative that employs over 600 women from a drought-prone region of western India. crafted this product.
Artisans expertly employ tanka embroidery and appliqué techniques, accentuating the textures, design, and colors of stunning cotton and silk products. They apply simple tanka straight-stitch to create varied patterns including adjusting stitch length. Tanka stitch is also used to overlay appliqué work, mirrors, threads, and beads to a base fabric. Block printed and solid fabrics of various combinations are used for appliqué to give each piece a unique feel and expression. All fabrics used are dyed or block printed with azo-free dyes. The textiles are sourced from a number of different groups; many of which are local artisan communities or non-profits. Some of the fabric is handwoven.