Rewarewa On Grey / Burgandy Ecofelt Shoulder Totes
This Ecofelt Tote features a drawing of a Rewarewa which is the Maori name for New Zealand Honeysuckle. Medicinally it has been used as a bandage and to stem bloodflow from cuts. The honey produced from the tree is said to have a rich caramel-like taste.
Shoulder Totes are made from 2 layers of felt to create a sturdy 6mm thickness, finished with top stitching.
The inside of each tote is a vibrant colour, complimenting the screen printed design on the outside. The inside of the tote has a magnetic dome closure and 2 free-hanging pockets.
Totes measure 430mm wide x 390mm deep and come collapsed flat with a swing tag. Totes open with a flat base measuring 260mm x 180mm which makes it a sturdy free-standing bag with shoulder handles.
The swing tag has information on Jo Luping, the design and the manufacturing process of ecofelt.