Thursday, July 10, 2008

Haute Potatoes! Recycled Bag

Girls you have been asking for a larger Sasaki Bag. This one is a "power bag" with pockets and a shoulder strap! Show off your inner green by carrying a recycled handbag!

The exterior of this bag is a recycled burlap Idaho Potato sack. I machine washed and dryed the bag before sewing it.

The front of the bag has one huge pocket that is 16" wide x 7" deep. It has a velcro closure and would easily fit a compact umbrella!

The other side of the bag has two pockets created by triple stitching down the center of the large pocket. Each pocket is 7.5" x 7.5"

Both exterior pockets are accented with a bright red cotton piping and lined with an Amy Butler cherry colored polka dot print.

On the inside of the bag, on one side you will find a cell phone pocket and a small divided pocket to fit two pens that are lined with a black and white pindot print fabric.

The other side has two pockets 7.5" x 7.5" that are secured with velcro closures.

This bag has a magnetic closure to keep all your items secure.

The strap on this bag is attached to two 2" O-rings. It is a bright red cotton webbing.

The print on the potato sack says:
(back) "Idaho Potatoes. Packed in Idaho Western Potato, Idaho Falls, Idaho, Net WT 50lbs.
(Sides)US NO. 1, Produce of USA
(front)"Idaho Potatoes, produce of U.S.A. ...farms potatoes ...Idaho"

This bag is 16" wide, and approx. 13" from the tallest point on the burlap to the bottom of the bag. The shoulder strap is a total of approx 20" long counting the nickle O-rings.

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