Shoulder Satchel with Sashiko Stitching


These drawstring pouches are as utilitarian as they are lovely. Traditionally used in Japan as a kimono accessory, I have adapted the kinchaku to be a durable work bag that you can carry slung over your shoulder like a half-backpack. Constructed with rustic linen that will serve you for years while pleasing the eye with it’s homespun beauty. The front of the pouch is stitched with a Sashiko pattern Nowacki (grasses) or Kiku (chrysanthemum).  Double pocket inside with flap and grommet hole /key chain ring. Pouch is 14″ wide x 17″ high.



Outside: 100% canvas weight linen that will wear like iron and last decades, stitched with traditional Sashiko yarn.

Lining: The lining and inside pockets are made with upcycled bandanas – 100% cotton, Made in the USA.

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Linen Pattern

Black Bands with Grasses Stitching, Blue Stripes with Flower Stitching, Turquoise Stripes with Flower Stitching, Red Stripes with Flower Stitching, Natural Canvas with Grasses Stitching


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