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Close the loop on the cycle of good with a cotton and recycled silk handbag handmade by handicapped artisans in Nepal. Be part of a circle that directly impacts the lives of 1,500 marginalized artisans trying to preserve their traditional crafts, letting them create better lives for themselves and their families.
- Blue or Multicolor
- Cotton & recycled silk
- Handwash, lay flat to dry
- Appropriately 10" H x 9.5" W (25.5 x 24 cm)
- Handmade in and fairly traded from Nepal
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- March 2, 2018
perfect size, and the shoulder strap is also a perfect fit. Lovely hard-wearing materials that are both subtle and attractive. Am so happy with this.
- August 27, 2017
Nice size, very comfortable, and I like that it is made in Nepal out of recycled silk and cotton. Only (small) drawback is the dark interior, which makes it hard to find things.
- March 8, 2016
I love this bag. It's a nice size, big enough for essentials but won't drag you down! It's very pretty, well made.
- April 7, 2016
This is a great sling bag, just big enough to hold essentials and comfortable to sling across one's body. It looks good with a variety of casual outfits. My only complaint was that the strap detached from the seam within a couple of weeks of using it. It was an easy fix - I just needed to sew it back into the seam.
- March 16, 2016
I LOVE this purse. It's almost perfect for occasions where I don't want to lug a big purse around. I like the solid black surface. I plan to personalize it by sewing patches on it. The one flaw is that it does not have a zipper on the large compartment and smaller objects can fall out.
- July 23, 2015
This is a sturdy, colorful bag I'm using a lot, but I changed it up a little. The strap is not adjustable and is quite long, so I sewed a little pocket in it which made it the right length for me (and holds an extra doggie bag!). I also added a pull tag to the zipper, because it's a little hard to get to otherwise. With these easy changes, this became a perfect bag. One more thing -- it is just big enough to accommodate an ipad.