Pencil Case

You’ll love it because: Small, beautiful and plenty of room to fit your pencils or other things, this crafty pencil case will brighten your day and your bag!

Price:

$8.20

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Description

Great for students and adults, this pencil bag is made from fabric leftover from our Palm Tree collection. Slim and still roomy enough for all your basic stationery or anything else, it’s a great way to organise your handbag, book bag or backpack.

A collaboration with Tai Lue artisans through our Village Weavers Project, the pattern on this pencil case is inspired by tropical palm trees which provide much needed shade and beauty in the villages across Laos. Complete the look with our Palm Tree Tote.

 

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Color

Hmong, Ikat, Katu, Strpie, Tai Lue, Tai Muang

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