Messenger Field bag
Made with burlap from coffee bean sacks. This particular sack had been scribbled on with black sharpie and has colored prints: "save the rainforest. use jute", and random numbers & letters in columns.
patchwork and zig-zagging "quilting" on the flap ^
The front and the flap, with a bit of the strap to the left..
Messenger Book bag
This was also a coffee bean sack.. "Coffee of Peru" with the flag below. Zig-zagged, hectic quilting with scraps and selvages. This bag is rather large, great for books and a laptop. It's very sturdy and has a tapered strap, making a heavy load more comfortable to carry...I've figured that much out x)
To the left the strap is laid across the front..
The underside of the flap is the same white/pink floral print.
This is the back side.. "cafe de Costa Rica" with a rather extensive illustration..
Basic Messenger bag
I'm pretty fond of this one.. Colors: chocolatey brown, black silk,
creamy light blue with dark navy/black leafy pattern, and a bit of black/red striped.
"Bird friendly" harvested coffee beans.
The front of the bag (under the flap). It accidentally came together looking a bit like abstract scenery..
that's what I'm seeing anyway.. lol
The back side.. Blue lettering and numbers...
"certified organic", "bird-friendly", "fair trade coffee" etc..
Flap lifted to show the front
Thank you to Zach for taking some of the pics :)
I'll have them on the "bags" page too.. And some new Crash Landing clothes up soon too!