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Big-sized backpack, orange hand-embroidery fabric, brown faux leather trim

Big-sized backpack, orange hand-embroidery fabric, brown faux leather trim

Regular price $78.00 USD
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Dimension: L42 x H35 x W12

Material: cotton, embroidery, faux leather

Introducing our exquisite embroidered backpack, skillfully crafted by H'mong artisans with a full-body H'mong pattern embroidery.

This backpack is more than just a functional accessory - it's a stunning piece of art that makes it a conversation starter wherever you go.

It is spacious enough to hold all your daily essentials and has multiple compartments to keep everything organized.


Whether you're heading to work, school, or a weekend adventure, this backpack is a perfect choice. It's a stylish and functional accessory that will elevate any outfit.

Daily backpacks, laptop bags, picnic bags, casual bags, multipurpose bags


The full body of the bag is made of repurposed fabric from a H'mong skirt with cross-stitch embroidery made by hand by Flower H'mong women in North of Vietnam

Great compartment for laptop and clothes for a day trip

A big pocket in the front, two pockets on the side, and one small pocket inside

The inner fabric is from black cotton

Trimming details and straps are made of faux leather in a moss green color 

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  • Care Instruction & Notes

    - Handmade products are subject to minor imperfections

    - Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting

    - Machine wash at 30 degree or hand wash with mild detergent to preserve the color

    - Dry clean if possible

    - Hang dry is recommended

Refashioned fabrics

The fabrics that are traditionally used to make tribal costumes are refashioned into a more commonly used products like bags, wallets, home decor. They are usually combined with other materials for diversed applications.

These fabrics are all woven by hand and naturally dyed. They also have a lot of embroidery details and batik painting using beeswax. An authentic fabric requires a lot of time, effort and skills of the makers and it is worth to be applied widely.

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