Take a closer look at the print...large orange flowers...butterflies... groovy hearts...talk about a great blast from the past!
I found this funky print rummaging through an antique store while vacationing in Manistee, Michigan.
In a past 1960's life this fabric worked as kitchen curtains...today, I still gave them window frames to peek out of for their time to shine in the spot light.
The bag was designed to accommodate notebooks--electronic or paper variety, folders, books, pencils, cell phone--you name it! I'm sure it won't disappoint. The long strap was made to be worn across the chest, giving the bag a perfect landing strip at the hip...to be, well...hip for school or office.
Now for the specs...the bag measures 14x13 and features reinforced stitching, top stitching, quilted detailing, full pocketed lining, and a double-button portfolio closure. Fun and function can live in harmony!
Speaking of harmony...this one-of-a-kind Messenger Bag can be purchased at The Harmony in Life Shoppe, found in Sylvania, Ohio, on Main Street. More info on this in an up-coming blog. Stay connected!