Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Pouches & Coincase.

Today's upload are these three new products from our 2011 collection. Simply click on the product's name to be taken to the product page for that item.

Guruguru (meaning spiral in Japanese) is the name we have given to our 2011 coincase design.

In a choice of five colour combinations, three colours of Hemp-wool have been crochetted to form the front of a wild Nepalese Hemp body.

Our Hemp-wool yarn has been coloured with natural dyes. These raw materials have been used for both herbal medicines & dyes for centuries.


Crafted from two of our favourite fibres, this pouch combines the organic beauty of hemp and nettle. The wild Himalayan hemp & Giant nettle material has been handmade in the remote villages of Nepal in the same way for centuries.

The felt has been dyed with natural dyes and handstitched to the pouch for added charm. A braided nettle twine provides an easy to use zip pull when opening & closing our megumi pouch.

Meaning "blessing from nature" in Japanese, the name Megumi is idealy suited to this pouch.


Crafted from two of our favourite fibres, this pouch combines the organic beauty of hemp and nettle.

This folded wallet's internal pockets can accomodate paper money, passports, cards & two pens with a wooden toggle providing both the fastening and an organic touch.

Taira means 'smooth or calm' in Japanese and its Chinese character makes up half of the word 'peace'!