Handmade Deepest Blue Mudcloth Feed Bag
These bags are roomy enough for a Farmer's Market run, or just everyday use. Cut and sewn in Los Angeles, these handmade bags combine a rich boho quality with an L.A. vibe. The fabric used is a mudcloth from Mali, giving the bag its unique design.
• Lined with blue linen and includes a 7” x 7” interior pocket
• Premium dark brown latigo leather straps with a drop of 11.5 inches.
• 16.5" x 16" x 3.5"
What is Mudcloth?
Mudcloths, called Bogolanfini, originate from Mali. “Bogo” means earth or mud, “lan” means with, and “fini” means cloth. Traditionally, these beautiful fabrics are hand dyed in baths of leaves and tree branches, painted with special mud in unique patterns, and then dried in the sun. As the mud dries, the fabric gets darker and darker. After being washed, the patterns are painted with a natural bleach and left to dry again. After its final wash, it is the stunning black and white fabric you see today.
ARTISAN: Lavender and Canvas
MADE IN: Los Angeles, CA