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Multi-purpose backpack and sling, blue hand-embroidery fabric, light orange trim

Multi-purpose backpack and sling, blue hand-embroidery fabric, light orange trim

Regular price $68.00 USD
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It is a well-made medium-sized bag with 5 compartments carrying essentials for daily activities. The handmade embroidery details add more value and can be a nice gift for any occasion.

Big strap in the back can zip and unzip to make the bag become a backpack or a sling bag

- Measures: H36 x W22 x D8,5 cm.

- The front is made from hand-embroidery fabric repurposed from H'mong authentic skirt


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


Unique design with a hook to close the front and the back flaps and a zipper to close the main compartment

The front and the back are 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

Two pockets in the front flap

The fabric in the main compartment is made from thick cotton

The inner fabric is from black cotton

At the back, the strap can be zipped and unzipped to convert the backpack into a sling

One more compartment with a zipper on the back

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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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