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Two-Pocket Faced Camo Bag

$15.00 USD   Only 1 available

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This bag is made from the larger leg pockets from men's cargo pants. Both faces of this bag are from a different pair and each pocket had dual button closures that are hidden by the overlap/ flap. This bag is fully lined and the strap is made from a red bandana. Snap closure. The strap is 23 in. long, and rests nice under my arm or can be hand held as well. The bag itself is 9 in. deep x 9 1/2 in across and 4 in wide at the side. The two pockets (one on each face) is 6 3/4 in wide x 8 in deep and puff out to be 1 in. thick. 
Shipping This product ships from: United States
Domestic Ground: $7.95 USD
Domestic Express: $20.00 USD
International Shipping: This product does not ship internationally.

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Returns Policy
If you are dissatisfied for any reason, I would appreciate to be contacted first, in order to come to an agreement on a resolution with you directly. Understand that most items are handmade, and are not going to be mass produced/factory quality; though I do my best to perform quality workmanship. I will abide by all Kuttlefish standards, and make every attempt to insure you are satisfied.

*NOTE: If you live locally in the Baltimore City, MD area, I will forgo shipping for an arranged pick up.

My belief is that unused items have another life within them waiting to come out. It is in that spirit that I obtain my materials from a store, here in Baltimore, called "Scrap B-more" that is strictly donated materials. I also utilize second-hand stores, donations from friends, and lot sales on e-Bay.

What do I do with what I obtain? I create mostly clasp-less necklaces, some earrings & bracelets, and some other random things. From clothing, I create many types of one-of-a-kind bags, as I create whatever each piece of clothing provides within it. Transforming one type of clothing into another type of clothing, or another type of item altogether.

Since I have a limited amount of each fabric, bead, thread, and other supplies; each item I make is truly unique in appearance. I use some of the same patterns, but I will never create two of the same items. I also will consider local pick-up of items in the Baltimore Area.



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