The Georgian tote is made from a remnant of leather and I had just enough to do it. I seem to work well under that kind of pressure. I am also making a second tote from leather upcycled from a coat–an even greater restraint (but more on that later, I hope). Back to the Georgian. This is a rough tote, so it is unlined, with a double bottom and studs for protection. It has an exterior and interior pocket and a clip for your keys. It is made from a great piece of leather and will wear well, but it is not as stiff as some of the other rough totes. It slouches a bit when you set it down–a quality I rather like.
H 14″ W 14″ D 6″. Handles are attached by three rivets and have a 12″ drop for comfortable carrying. In the on-line shop today.
It is always a pleasure to see what you have posted today. Whether it is rug hooking, leather bags, watercolours, or trips. I look forward to reading your blog. Thanks for the inspiration. Love the colour of this bag
Thank you! I always appreciate your encouragement and positive spin on things.
When do you head north? I hope you get lots of hooking done looking at at the stunning views!