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Birch Bark Essential Bag

Regular price $34.00
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 Made with recycled fabric

This unique bag will be part of your everyday lifestyle!  It’s the perfect size for travel, or to carry your everyday essentials.  It features a zipper closure in a clamshell construction to allow for easy access and visibility to all your goodies!  This practical pouch will help keep you organized and stylish. 

Pattern placement may vary- they are built with upcycled fabric from our beautiful designs

 Dimensions and Materials

-dimensions: 9 inches x 4 inches x 5 inches

-20% recycled wool, 50% recycled polyester, 30% acrylic

-lined with a high quality polyester/cotton 


About the Birch Bark Pattern Design  If It Wasn’t For Bees and Water

A birch bark biting is a unique piece of Indigenous artwork. They are made from biting an image, using only the teeth, into a thin, single layer of birch bark harvested from the birch tree. Then, by carefully folding the bark, the pattern imagined is pressed into the birch bark, using only the teeth. Because each piece must be created individually, birch bark bitings are like people; no two are exactly alike!

"I honour the water and the bees. They are two things that everything on Mother Earth depend on and therefore are deserving of the utmost respect. Without them, nothing would exist."—Pat Bruderer

About the Indigenous Artist Half Moon Woman (Pat Bruderer)

Pat Bruderer (Half Moon Woman) is one of the few knowledge keepers and expert practitioners of this ancient Indigenous art. She was born and raised in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada and is a member of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation. Half Moon Woman, is self-taught in the art form but was highly inspired by the work of Angelique Merasty of Flin Flon, Manitoba. Pat's work can be found in museums, galleries, and private collections around the world.