Thursday, September 16, 2010

To Pocket Or Not?

While this tote is clearly one of my favorites, I'm thinking about de-pocket-fying the outside of it -- just look at how cute the backside is. I've kept this design sturdy, but this time with undulating waves of free-hand quilting. Inside are patch pockets to help organize a few of your essentials.

The apples and pears are whimsical enough for the young at heart, but mellow enough for your more sophisticated errands. Complementary polka-dots on a field of chocolate enhance the farmer-market-inspired theme. Great for grocery shopping, as a book bag or your bag of tricks for your next road trip. Super-roomy and completely versatile for everyday use. Side pockets are tight enough to keep a large mobile phone safe, large enough to accommodate most water bottles and soda cans.

Measures about 17" x 15" (excluding straps) and sports a contrast pocket band and mirrored lining. 100% cotton, so it's machine-washable. Top-stitched for durability!

And here we have the pocket front.

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