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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 perfect size to tuck in the essentials, this plant-dyed pocket purse might just be a new best friend. Perfect to hold a phone, passport, wallet, small journal, pen, keys, and sacred treasures — all tucked in close making it great for travel or going out at night. But it could also be a sweet treasure purse for a youngster to pocket their little prized possessions.
The pocket purse is available in six designs made from hemp/organic cotton fabric naturally dyed exclusively for Kata Golda. Adjustable cotton strap with machine-stitched lines allow for a perfect fit. Machine-stitched with hand-embroidered details; top of the purse is finished with cotton twill.
5.5 x 7” at bottom
4.5" slightly tapered top opening
27" cotton twill straps 27”
delicate wash, line dry