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Large Handmade Handbag, Tote, or Project Bag

SKU 01709
In stock
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Firkin #2 combines gorgeous weaving by Jenn Johnson with exquisite brocade fabric. This large tote has shoulder straps made from a recycled leather belt and both the applique and the lining is made from fabric that sells for $189 a yard! (a roll of it was rescued from Habitat.) Large pocket on the outside and on the inside. There is an attached "Bloom" flower that is finished on both sides and our Fiber Fusion statement piece, a wooden heart with inset weaving. Firkin Bag #2 is one-of-a-kind and made by Diane Wise of Wise Design.

No other bag will ever be exactly the same. Similar maybe, but never ever the same.

Approximate size: 16" Wide x 14" Tall x 6.5" Deep.

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