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Mini hemp bag with string, tribal pattern from H'mong skirt

Mini hemp bag with string, tribal pattern from H'mong skirt

Regular price $32.00 USD
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Dimensions: H16 x 14 cm

Materials: Hemp & triable embroidery

Handmade by H'mong artisans in Sapa, North of Vietnam

Circumstances

The bag can be used as a cosmetics bag, or as an accessory to your outfit when going out or for a picnic. Even more creatively, some use it as a decorative flower pot

Details

  • This mini bag has a round base and a cylinder shape with a string
  • 8 metal holes to keep the string and make it possible to tie close the bag
  • Material is from hand-woven hemp
  • Fabric design is a combination of black and white stripes with refashioned patch from H'mong skirt
  • Black and white stripe fabric is also found at the base of the bag
  • The inner layer is made from black cotton
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  • Shipping cost and time

    Items are shipped from Stockholm, Sweden with following cost and time for an order:

    - Sweden domestic: 59 SEK, delivered in 2-4 days

    - To Europe: £7, delivered in 4-7 days

    - To USA: $8, delivered in 6-10 days

    - Rest of the world: £10 in 6-15 days

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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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