Recycled Yoga Bag

Recycled Yoga Bag

Hey there, yoga diva. Remember when Christy Turlington started her yoga line, but the offerings seemed just a little to expensive to really justify to your chi? Now you can carry your mat in this Fair-Trade certified recycled yoga bag, made in the South of Asia from hand-dyed feed and rice bags. Help support the global community while toting your yoga goods in style, or use them for a towel and lotion at the pool. They're durable and unique- no two are alike! Start going green one bit at a time, and the inner peace will find you!

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    by MAM54

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  • I made the wallet using some recycled blue jean and some batik cotton fabric in purple orange as well. Inside has two pockets maybe for some credit cards or money and at the back of the wallet you will find another pocket for more... I made the wallet using some recycled blue jean and some batik cotton fabric in purple orange as well. Inside has two pockets maybe for some credit cards or money and at the back of the wallet you will find another pocket for more credit cards... :-) For the decoration of the wallet I used some buttons and different size and colors ( also some of them are new and some are recycled ). I also hand embroidery and machine embroidery the flowers and decorated the edges with my overlock or serger style. It measures 3 1/4" high when it is closed by 4 1/4" wide. The total length of he wallet is 6" long. It closures with velcro. 100% cotton fabric.

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  • Recycling makes the world a happier place! It can either be hung by the loops or by suction cups on back. Made from felt in China.

  • What are you going to put in these? I don't know. Will you use them? I'm, assuming. You know because they cost $40. What's the deal? Well, they're recycled out of billboard posters. Sure, I guess it's cool because of the environme... What are you going to put in these? I don't know. Will you use them? I'm, assuming. You know because they cost $40. What's the deal? Well, they're recycled out of billboard posters. Sure, I guess it's cool because of the environment, blah, blah,blah. Mainly, it's just cool because they're all unique