I adore tartan as it reminds me of time spent exploring the breathtaking west highlands. This tartan is woven in Scotland and even better is that this gorgeous bag is made from the off cuts of kilts, highland dancing costumes and custom made pieces. I am loving receiving kilos of remnants and piecing them together with off cuts that I have saved from other projects to create these sporran inspired lined bags, ultimately saving them from the landfill. Because of this, each bag is a one of a kind . This particular bag is full of pinks and oranges which remind me of the wild Willow Weed you see in Scotland. Great size to pop in your phone, keys, purse and maybe some lippy. Perfect gift for someone special!
Aside from the zipper and thread, all materials used to make this bag have been repurposed and/or bought in the UK.
Cotton Macrame Cord - Bought from a small UK based business.
Tartan - 100% woven in Scotland remnants from Strathblair Tartans
Lining - off cuts from other projects
Tassel - Recycled black t-shirt
Suggestions - Should the rope be too long, just make a little knot at the top :)
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