Added Oct 21, 2011
Darby, Montana, ...
This large linen tote bag was sewn together from a natural linen and a brown recycled t-shirt, found at a thrift store, that features a tree asking a man to “hug” it with the man responding with a simple, “no.” (Slight iron mark can be found on the top of the t-shirt—found that way.) Interior lining fabric is laminated to help protect belongings from spillage and damage. “Havok” was appliqued onto the front of the tote in a dark grey linen fabric making it one of a kind!
This sack is comfortable to wear and can hold all of your belongings securely. Large inside pocket helps you separate and organize what you need to. Wear it across your chest or over one shoulder. You can fit your laptop, books, winter accessories, and anything else you carry with you daily. Measures 30"L from the top of the strap to the bottom of the bag. The main bag portion is 18″ × 14″.
I used the graphic portion from a t-shirt I purchased from a thrift store, natural linen fabric and a laminated cotton print fabric.
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