A Wolf & Faun collaboration with Moss Grey.
Based on traditional Japanese design, these Azuma bags are a classic and versatile unit that function as an exquisite project bag or way to store your stash and tools in between use. I love to use mine to keep my yarn organized, keep my tools and projects in order within my larger totes, and to store WIPs or hibernating projects. I also have been known to use them for my produce and groceries at the farmer's market and to organize my beach basket.
Currently they are offered in three sizes (small, large and extra large ) with more on the way. Please inquire, special orders are welcome.
The Small functions as a great size to store tools, or small projects such as socks, hats or lace scarves. It holds approximately 1 skein of fingering weight yarn + accessories. It has a 16.5 cm x 12 cm (6.5" x 4.5") base.
The Large is appropriate for light weight shawls or other accessories projects. It holds approximately 3 skeins of worsted weight yarn + accessories. It has a 23 cm x 18 cm (9" x 7") base.
The Extra Large is appropriate for sweaters, heavy shawls, blankets and storing a large stash of yarn in! It has a 20 cm x 40 cm (8" by 15.5") base
Colours and Blends Offered:
Taupe (Smokey Purple) in Linen
Denim Grey Denim in an Organic Cotton / Hemp Blend
New For Spring:
Light Blue Chambray in an Organic Cotton / Hemp Blend
Limited Edition Floral Linen with Natural Linen Accent: Here for a limited quantities only this Spring for a limited time.
Care Instructions: Hand wash cold, hang to dry. You can machine wash them but may experience shrinking.
If you'd like to read more about the Azuma Bag, the maker behind it, and why linen is such an awesome fabric choice, read our recent blog post here.
About this Maker:
Moss Grey: Naturally Understated Clothes + Home Textiles
Destanne Lundquist - the creative energy behind Moss Grey - is passionate about textiles, sustainable + antiquated technologies, the wisdom of nature and conscientious living. Together all these elements can make for a beautiful + purposeful wardrobe with a compassionate + mindful approach to making garments. The love of natural fibres are what inspires the aesthetic of her work but Slow Fashion gives it meaning. All garments are handmade in small batches by Destanne in her Cumberland studio. Moss Grey emerged from the desire to dress with elegant pragmatism, understated beauty, and practical longevity. Destanne is self-taught, obsessed with linen and tries to find a humble meditation in the act of seam ripping. You can find Moss Grey on Instagram.