Friday, 19 June 2009

Bag, by Rose Pelvin


This bag is made from a piece of woven fabric, three times as long as it is wide, with a textured cotton weft on a smooth mercerised cotton warp.

I love the way it is made in the style of a Japanese furoshiki - first folded into three squares, two seams are sewn (top and middle at one edge, bottom and middle on the other) and instead of tying the two free corners together a handle is attached to these points. This one has a small loop in the braid to thread a scarf through.

by Rose Pelvin

2 comments:

Esther said...

I really love this bag! Very trendy!

Meg in Nelson said...

Bring out the mirror ball, Rose!