A small zipped coin purse in traditional applique and indigo dyed batik, made from recycled pieces of hilltribe costume by H'mong women in northern Thailand. A mini sampler of amazing textile skills!
Approx 11 x 10 cms
A delightful little padded and lined coin purse made from hand stamped batik. Made in the indigo batik workshop of my friend Panee and her family in their home near Phrae, in northern Thailand.
Size: 12 x 10 cms
A sweet little drawstring bag with lining. This is made from a piece of recycled embroidered traditional skirt from the Miao women of northern Vietnam.
Size approx 15 x 13 cms.
A very sweet little lined coin purse with a top zip and a coin tassle.
Made by H'mong hilltribe women from recycled pieces of traditional embroideries.
Size approx 11 x 12 cms.
These bags are made of hand woven hemp and decorated with a piece of stunning hand worked embroidery originally made by a Miao woman.
The stumpwork embroidery is worked in raised knots. The bag is lined and finished with a top zip and a shoulder cord with pompoms.
Size: approx 20 x 16 cms. Choose green or purple in the comments section when you order
A lovely little lined shoulder bag with an extra zipped pocket on the back. Big enough to keep your mobile, passport, specs and even a coin purse in when travelling.
Made by H'mong women in the hilltribe villages around Chiang Mai, northern Thailand with a mix of hand stitched and machine stitched embroidery.
Size: approx 20 x 13 cms.
A very lovely lined shoulder bag with an inside zipped pocket and a large coconut button fastening. Made from gorgeous Japanese style indigo print and plainfabric. From north Thailand
Size: 33 x 44 (from strap seam)
A lovely lined bag with a top zip, an inside zipped pocket and another zipped pocket half way up the front.
The bag is made from part of a Laos woman's skirt with a hand woven panel.
Size: 27 x 33 cms
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