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Maze Scarf Bag

70.00
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Maze Scarf Bag

70.00

By Hannah Waldron and LINK Collective

Traditional Japanese multi functional wrapping cloth and scarf / 90 x 90 cm / 100% Cotton Satin / Cinnabar or Mustard colour / Hand printed in Japan / Choice of Black, White or Brown leather strap.

This design by textile artist Hannah Waldron is about the journey out of a city, specifically London. It is an observation of the city’s varying pace, spacing and architecture, and the need one feels to escape beyond the city’s boundaries to nature every once in a while. After creating the design, she discovered that the spiral motif in traditional japanese art signifies luck, which feels serendipitous. She likes the idea of carrying things around wrapped in ideas of adventure and hope for the future.

Wear or carry? Treat yourself to a Furoshiki scarf and carry strap set and do both! The removable leather straps are easy to use and don’t damage the cloth, so you can switch between using your furoshiki as a scarf or bag (although you may want to gently iron out any creases)

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By Hannah Waldron and LINK Collective

Traditional Japanese multi functional wrapping cloth and scarf / 90 x 90 cm / 100% Cotton Satin / Cinnabar or Mustard colour / Hand printed in Japan / Choice of Black, White or Brown leather strap.

This design by textile artist Hannah Waldron is about the journey out of a city, specifically London. It is an observation of the city’s varying pace, spacing and architecture, and the need one feels to escape beyond the city’s boundaries to nature every once in a while. After creating the design, she discovered that the spiral motif in traditional japanese art signifies luck, which feels serendipitous. She likes the idea of carrying things around wrapped in ideas of adventure and hope for the future.

Wear or carry? Treat yourself to a Furoshiki scarf and carry strap set and do both! The removable leather straps are easy to use and don’t damage the cloth, so you can switch between using your furoshiki as a scarf or bag (although you may want to gently iron out any creases)