Forestbound

Swoon.  How great are these reconstructed canvas bags by Forestbound – these durable tote bags are made exclusively from found and salvaged materials.  They’re utilitarian, masculine, and one-of-a-kind.

New in the shop today (LOVE, LOVE, LOVE) — 1940’s mattress ticking outer, 1940’s work apron outside pockets, beige linen liner, leather shoulder straps. Available HERE.

And now, Forestbound is offering an exclusive line for Anthropologie!  (Leave it to Anthropologie to scour the boho fashion world for such a unique brand.)

The bags created for Anthropologie are constructed of canvas salvaged from farm grain sacks dating between 1910 and 1940.  Extra awesome.

{images a la Unstitched and Forestbound}

Just for fun: Check out this great post on Forestbound’s blog documenting a weekend haul, where the creators hunt and salvage a variety of heavy fabrics/canvases, including striped ticking/shirting from the early 1900’s, a bunch of old work aprons & grain bags, and a pile of WWII era US duffels.


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Forestbound

Swoon.  How great are these reconstructed canvas bags by Forestbound – these durable tote bags are made exclusively from found and salvaged materials.  They’re utilitarian, masculine, and one-of-a-kind.

New in the shop today (LOVE, LOVE, LOVE) — 1940’s mattress ticking outer, 1940’s work apron outside pockets, beige linen liner, leather shoulder straps. Available HERE.

And now, Forestbound is offering an exclusive line for Anthropologie!  (Leave it to Anthropologie to scour the boho fashion world for such a unique brand.)

The bags created for Anthropologie are constructed of canvas salvaged from farm grain sacks dating between 1910 and 1940.  Extra awesome.

{images a la Unstitched and Forestbound}

Just for fun: Check out this great post on Forestbound’s blog documenting a weekend haul, where the creators hunt and salvage a variety of heavy fabrics/canvases, including striped ticking/shirting from the early 1900’s, a bunch of old work aprons & grain bags, and a pile of WWII era US duffels.


Lexi

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