Sunday, 23 March 2014

Coffee sack tote bag: should I sell them?

I just finished making this bag, it took me three hours to make from start to finish.  I do not use patterns and made it up as I went along!

It is very strong, made from double layer coffee bag sack jute and fully lined in good quality poly cotton, double stitched seams and triple stitched handles for strength. .

The coffee sack comes from Cafe Buzz, Peachtree Walk: if you are in Port Macquarie NSW visit their cafe!

The bag itself is 45cm *35 cm making it plenty large enough for books, pens, pencils, wallet, phone, magazines. A great 'holiday' tote bag. Machine washable on gentle, and iron on HOT with starch for best results!

I am considering making more of these to sell in my etsy store and via my facebook page.












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About Me: I work full time, I am also studying for a therapist qualification in Naturopathy specialising in Herbalism, I have a small craft 'business', I am co-admin of an auction page on facebook to help other small hobby businesses, i maintain my own 'store' facebook page, I blog at least once a week and I maintain a facebook page created to support small home businesses and hobby sellers 
............................................................................................................... ............................................................................................................... Please visit me on etsy! www.etsy.com/shop/empressbat handcrafted gothic goodies at bargain prices. see me on etsy! www.etsy.com/shop/empressbat ...Please visit me on etsy! www.etsy.com/shop/empressbat handcrafted gothic goodies at bargain prices. see me on etsy! www.etsy.com/shop/empressbat

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