Each Pacific Northwest Carry bag is unique.
Using natural elements of wool, leather, cotton duck, copper rivets , driftwood and found treasure each Pacific Northwest Carry Bag is a one of a kind creation. Built to last,
these bags are roomy with many pocket compartments, rugged, and beautiful!
In addition, up cycling materials are used when available such as sturdy leather belts
or horse tack for straps, found wool rugs or kilims for the body of the bag,
found treasure for decoration.
The textures, colors and beauty of the Pacific Northwest are what drive the creation of each Pacific Northwest Bag. While the bag is ideal for carrying art supplies, study materials, travel items, most any bag can be adapted to carry your private protection device.
Ron, at Tillamook Boot Repair, does the expert rivet installation as well as the
heavy duty stitching when needed.
Where to find our bags:
Museum of Northwest Art (MONA)
La Conner, Washington
Latimer Textile Center
Dancing Buffalo Gallery
Virginia City, Montana
Or contact us directly:
503 708 7353
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This is a LARGE bag big enough for overnight adventures. 15"X24". Large organizing pocket and leather pocket for pen/credit card inside. Vintage wool Kilim outside, 100% cotton duck lining. Sturdy, leather belt strap with solid brass hardware, copper rivets at stress points.
Wool Kilim and cotton duck lining. Leather pocket inside and outside. Heavy duty horse tack strapping which is adjustable. Copper rivets at stress points. Ample organizing pockets and leather pen/credit card pocket.
Small Bucket Bag.
This is a smaller version of the LARGE Portfolio. 10"X12". Sturdy leather rein for strapping with decorative tack. Organizing pockets and leather pocket for pen/credit card.
Red Ants Pants Music Festival, July 26 - 28
White Sulfur Springs, Montana,
Dancing Buffalo Trunk Show, August 2
Virginia City, Montana
Featuring bags from “The Pony Collection"
Ennis Arts Association, August 11
More shows to be added soon . . .
Look for the Rexville Grange Arts event in November!
Gig Harbor Art Show, July 21 - 22
Gig Harbor, Washington
Vancouver Recycled Arts Festival, June 29 - 30
Esther Short Park, Vancouver, Washington
Bags made from up-cycled materials (75%) only will be featured at this show.