These pouches are made in small runs from worn-out Harris tweed jackets, lengths of vintage tweed or other salvaged wool fabrics.
Originally intended as knitting tool pouches, they function beautifully to store any treasures you might like to carry with you.
This particular pouch is made from a 1970's Scottish tweed skirt. A subtle herringbone in shades of heather, paired with a lining of unbleached Scottish linen. Please note that the pleat lines of the skirt are still subtly visible.
100% wool, lined with linen and closed with a sturdy silver antique brass YKK zip.
Size: 25 x 15 x 5cm at widest point
Care: Hand wash in tepid water and dry flat