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Kata Golda is an artist in the small, mossy seaside town of Port Townsend, WA. She grew up surrounded by fiber artists which led her to finding her own voice as an artist and businesswoman. Kata preserves crafts such as needlework, letterpress printing, hand-thrown pottery, hand-dyed textiles, felting and bookbinding. By carefully selecting environmentally friendly materials, using up every little scrap of fabric, and reusing supplies as much as possible, she strives to produce zero waste and have the lowest impact on our planet as possible.
Her work is simply delightful. We are carrying a little Kata Golda story for young people . . . lovely handmade gifts for babies and kids. Or possibly something the child in you can't resist.
The plant dyed zipper pouch is just the perfect size to tuck in essentials, such as to hold tools, art supplies, or a phone, small journal, pen, keys, and sacred treasures. Or your child can use it to stash his/her own little treasures.
Made from hemp/organic cotton fabric plant dyed exclusively for Kata Golda, pouches are machine assembled and close securely with a sturdy brass zipper that includes a plant dyed silk tie. The pouch is adorned with a hand drawn illustration on a tea dyed patch machine stitched to pouch. The irregularly curved shape makes each pouch unique. Available in six designs.
5" at widest x 7.5" long
selicate wash, line dry