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tool belt 1 in cotton canvas (tea)


This is my answer to the modern day need of a fashionable tool belt. It can be worn in three ways (or more!) One side has compartments for a notebook, pens, scissors, ear buds and whatever else you need to carry on your hip when you're working. The other side has pockets for an iPhone 7, small wallet and a lip balm. Perfect for a day in the studio or while riding your bike on a fall day. Flip both pocketed sides to the inside to conceal and create a bit more security. Bonus points for personalizing your tool belt with pins, patches and embroidery. A true wardrobe work horse.

The color of the fabric is named "tea" since it's pretty close to how I like my earl grey tea to look in the morning after I've added the cream: a very light beige. Sort of like the pages of an old library book.

Tool belt 1 has two options for the tie: os 1 has a 64 1/2" long tie and os 2 has a 72 1/2" tie. The bag measures 11 1/2" wide by 8 1/2" long. One way to determine size is to tie a tape measurer around your waist (or wherever you'd like to wear the belt) to see what length is best. Kaylee, pictured first, wearings os 2. Emma, pictured second, wears os 1.

*Please note that because of the handmade nature of my clothes there could be slight variations in these measurements. I consider this my own little act of "wabi sabi" which is the Japanese concept of the beauty in imperfection.

Fabric content: duck cotton canvas
Care instructions: Wash separately in cold water on delicate cycle. Dry on low heat. Remove promptly. Press...or don't.
*this fabric is sourced locally in Denver from a fabric shop beloved by its community.

Hand made to order with patience and care. Please allow 3-4 weeks for this item to ship.

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