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This item sold on November 13, 2012.

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The world is a place full of wonder and beauty, and this bag is a subtle and attractive memento of a travelers journey. Whether you use it for knitting, traveling, or something else entirely, it will serve you well.

The Practical Bag is perfect for many uses, such as a project bag for your knitting/crocheting, travel cosmetic bag, men's hygiene bag, dice bag, or any other creative use you can come up with!

Measuring approximately 8 inches long (not including handle), 4 inches wide, and 3.75 inches tall, it is a practical size for many things. Each side of the zipper is accented with ribbon tabs and the handle is made of durable belting intended to last through even rough handling. All of our Practical Bags are made with 100% cotton fabric and are professionally sewn with serged seams for durability. Lined with heavy stabilizer to help it keep it's shape, this bag is sure to be a favorite.

If you like this bag and it has already sold, don't hesitate to contact us. Most of our bags can be reproduced, and no custom order fee is required.

Since monitor colors may vary, it is recommended that you ask any questions concerning color before purchasing. This bag is made of a greenish yellow fabric with lettering in brown, a green zipper, brown ribbon tabs, and a green handle. The lining is green.

The lining fabric is shown in the second photo.

Traveling Notes Practical Bag

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Quilting Cotton, Zipper, Heavy Stabilizer, Belting, Grosgrain Ribbon
  • Feedback: 40 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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