Patch Pocket Tote
Patch Pocket Tote interior

Patch Pocket Tote

Regular price $135.00

Designed, hand printed and sewn by the artist, this bag is a go-to everyday bag for someone with easy, modern style.

Designed for everyday function. The front of the tote is embellished with a pocket perfectly sized for the latest mobile phones. The patch pocket is fastened with an invisible magnetic snap to make opening easy and closing secure. Constructed with army duck canvas, treated with a water-repellent wax finish. Unlike other wax canvases, the fibers of the canvas remain soft without the waxy touch. Fully lined, with multiple pockets. Straps are made from durable seatbelt webbing. Gray body, charcoal accent and turquoise lining. 

11.5" W x 13.5" H x 2" D
Strap: 24" L x 1.5" W
Patch pocket with invisible magnetic snap closure
Multiple interior pockets, including one zipper pocket
Magnetic snap closure for main compartment
Water repellent, wax finish
Spot Clean only (Detergents not recommended; may damage finish)

Ships within 3 days.


I am inspired by everyday life. I create handcrafted, fabric bags that blend function and beauty to make a distinctive statement. Each bag is made with the highest quality materials, is fully lined, and crafted with careful details.
I am inspired by color. I have always been drawn to bold, vibrant color, especially when it is found in unexpected moments. I love when bright color and graphic patterns light up a customer’s face. With each bag I sew, I seek to tell the story of joyful handmade.
Each day someone new is falling in love with handmade. As a small batch designer, Liz believes in the power of a well-crafted, American-made item to move makers and customers alike. Each one of Liz’s fabric bags is handcrafted from start to finish by her. She screen prints, irons, cuts, and sews every bag in her studio.

Liz first realized the joy of independent design when she lived in Florence, Italy. There she was captivated by the small shops that dotted the city, and by the dedicated artists who ran them. In 2007 she lived and taught in Vietnam. Traveling throughout the city, she experienced a wide variety of tailor shops and fabric markets. From Florence to Vietnam and the many places in between, Liz’s self-taught journey into fashion and accessory design had begun. Liz designs, screen prints and handsews her bags in her Ohio studio.

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