Great and Amazing people over at Darn Good Yarn, sent me this Darn Good Yarn Sari Silk Tote Bag, it’s made with recycled sari silk fabrics.
I love tote and yarn bags, but this is my new favorite and absolute go to. I am a bag lover.
It’s super lightweight and with long straps, easy to be carried around all day not cramping your shoulders.
It can be worn on your shoulders or crossbody, easy access to crocheting or knitting on the go. Anywhere.
I love this color and the design. It’s totally fitting to me and personal as well. You have the option to include a note at checkout with your color of choice, Darn Good Yarn will do their best to send you a bag in the colors you desire.
With sourcing out from recycled sari silk fabrics, makes this bag environmentally and eco friendly bag.
How much space does the bag contain, you maybe asking?
This bag measures at 13.5” x 14”, meaning it is spacious and room to hold up 3 medium size wips. You can even use to get yourself organized as well. You can even use it to store your scarp pile yarns or beanies as well.
The pocket in front is perfect 👌🏻 for holding your hooks and tools.
One thing: DON’T OVER STUFF, it will rip.
Have you ever thought that our handmade items are also doing great and wonderful things as well?? We are making them to be re-used over time, which is already eco-friendly for the environment. Now, you can have a yarn project bag that is ethically sourced and sustainable.
Another best feature I love about this bag is the multipurpose. Meaning you take it to the market, get your groceries, diaper bag, carry on bag, beach tote, everyday tote or a craft tote. This bag is perfect for everything and anything you need in you life. I can contest, that I haven’t left mine home... at all!!
Darn Good Yarn is a good place to shop if you’re looking for sustainable products and fashionable items. Darn Good Yarn is dedicated to supporting women’s economic empowerment, fair trade practices, and principles of environmental sustainability. Also, they focus on empowering woman in India and Nepal, by providing fair-trade work. They use reclaimed and sustainable materials to create many beautiful products from skirts, yarns, other project bags, and so many more. Over all a very good company to always help and support what they are doing.