We're very pleased to introduce our new range of bags- ON SALE TODAY!  With their quirky embellishments and bold, bright colours, brighten up your summer wardrobe whilst doing something good for someone else!




See the range here...








All these bags feature a recycling technique from Malaysia that incorporates small oragami folded squares of used, scrap fabrics.


The trim is made by people from different charities within local communities such as drug rehab centres, women empowerment initiatives, vocalization training and community development projects instigating workshops that develop skills, create income and lead to a sustainable employment. 


Since 2007 these hand bag sales have put $90,000 back into these communities.














Different types of weaving:

  • SAORI weaving from Soari cooperative in Phangga province, Thailand for tsunami weaving
  • Poppy cross stitching a Tibetan income generating project, Qinghai Plateau, China 
  • IKAT weaving from tribal people in Borneo, West Malaysia
  • Village scene  embroidery from cotton industries in Vietnam



Mai Thia- Hand woven by an art therapy project in Costal tsunami area Thailand





Head on over to Offset Warehouse and purchase your very own gorgeous piece from this collection.


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Comment by Patricia Hatumesen on May 10, 2011 at 7:44
Love what you do, we are doing similar projects here in Bali, please check our web www.sue.gd.

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