Organic cotton denim bag
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Handmade sustainable denim tote bag | Zero waste patchwork bag | Ethical bojagi bag in organic cotton.
Our organic cotton denim tote bag is a sustainable option, re-using remnant fabric from our workshop. We create them using the traditional Korean patch-working technique, called bojagi. We carefully cut the fabric scraps into squares and rectangles and then design their layout before stitching them into place. No two bags will ever be the same, making each one special.
If you like our zero waste bag, then you will love our zero waste denim jacket!
- 98% Organic Cotton
- 2% Lycra
We make our tote bag from remnant pieces of organic cotton denim. Organic cotton is more sustainable that regular cotton because the process is based on long-term thinking. Organic cotton farming does not use synthetic insecticides, fungicides, herbicides or fertilisers. Healthy soil is maintained through crop rotation, preventing the loss of nutrients into water bodies, both preventing water pollution and the need for artificial fertilisers. Organic cotton farming also uses significantly less water than ordinary cotton, whereby farmers rely mainly on rainwater. Find out more about organic farming at the Textile Exchange!
The labels we use are made from recycled fabric that is also OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified. We package our products with recycled tissue paper and ship using reusable and compostable mailbags.
A great resource on sustainable fashion is the Fashion Revolution. They provide information on what to consider when choosing where and what to buy. We also strive to post informative content on sustainable matters on our Instagram account @fordandguy
You can machine wash our denim tote bag at 30 degrees C. Drip dry and iron on medium heat. Do not bleach.
To waste less water, energy and to make your clothes last longer, wash at cooler temperatures, wash your clothes less often and don’t tumble dry.
This product takes 3-5 days to process prior to shipping. For general delivery and returns information, please see our informations page here.