It's been a busy weekend here, but I'm really happy to share that I've wrapped up the latest Grounds bag today, and it's now available for purchase on our Etsy shop.
Welcome the Nicaragua Green toe - a medium size, shoulder bag with two inner slide pockets, one inner zipper pocket, and splashes of quirky, multicolored zigzag fabric to line the bottom and inner pockets. You'll notice that the accent fabric is the same heavy-weight, upholstery fabric used on the Crop 2013 bag made a few months ago.
This is the first bag in the collection with non-creme straps, and I think the olive green straps turned out great for this bag's design. The repurposed coffee sack burlap is printed with a large graphic of a coffee been in black and green. One side of the bag contains this image while the other side shows the markings of the origins of the coffee burlap.
Unlike the Brazil tote, I don't have a significant 'maker' story for this bag. The entire process of making the Nicaragua Green tote was fairly drama free - and my sewing machine was spared from any sort of beating this time around! :-) (Hey, we all have our moments!)
Jump over to our Etsy shop to see more details on sizing, materials, and features of the Nicaragua Green tote.
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