Nearly There Trees shoulder bag in Harris Tweed

£100.00

A handmade shoulder bag showing the ‘Coming Home Trees’ on the flap and front panel in free-motion embroidery & appliqué, all using Harris Tweed.  The back panel and lining are in bright ‘Alice in Wonderland’ canvas, and inside is a zipped pocket with red polka dot lining. The flap closes with two magnetic fasteners.

This Nearly There Trees shoulder bag is 23 cm high, 26 cm wide.  The blue webbing strap is 3.2 cm wide and adjusts to a maximum length of 135 cm.  The pocket zip is nylon and the clasps, pulls and d-rings are all antique gold effect metal.

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A handmade shoulder bag showing the ‘Coming Home Trees’ on the flap and front panel in free-motion embroidery & appliqué, all using Harris Tweed.  The back panel and lining are in bright ‘Alice in Wonderland’ canvas, and inside is a zipped pocket with red polka dot lining. The flap closes with two magnetic fasteners.

This Nearly There Trees shoulder bag is 23 cm high, 26 cm wide.  The blue webbing strap is 3.2 cm wide and adjusts to a maximum length of 135 cm.  The pocket zip is nylon and the clasps, pulls and d-rings are all antique gold effect metal.

A great gift for a Cornwall fan!  The shoulder bag will be tissue-wrapped and sent securely in a cardboard posting box.  I am happy to post to a gift recipient and will add a gift card with your message if you wish.  Just enter the recipient’s address for shipping and tell me your message in the checkout comments box.  UK postage will be free.

The maker’s label and Harris Tweed Orb label of authenticity are placed internally.

Learn more about the making of Harris Tweed here.   The Harris Tweed Authority provide some general advice on care and cleaning of tweed on their website.

Cookworthy Knapp, or The ‘Coming Home’ or ‘Nearly There’ trees are a famous sight on the A30 to returning residents of Kernow or travellers coming to holiday in Cornwall.  They are situated at Lifton near the Devon/Cornwall border and were originally planted by a farmer around 1900.  It is said that the copse of beech trees was planted in a heart shape (when viewed from the air) for his wife. There’s even a facebook group!

Working as a full time British artisan I specialise in making bags, scarves and accessories under my ‘Pohutukawa’ label in my studio on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. All the items in my shop have been handmade personally by me.  

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