This Myrtle is made from a beautifully vibrant Harris Tweed tartan of Oatmeal, Orange and Black. The contrasting black Harris Tweed flap is embellished with a beautiful vintage 1939 copper farthing, made into a brooch. The outside has an exterior pocket and the interior is a funky cotton with zipped pocket. The cross body strap is a good length, and should sit on the hip of any body size.
Myrtle has had an update! We've added stiffening interfacing, so she holds her shape regardless of what you put in there.
Myrtle’s History : My first original pattern! At Love Creative Therapy, a decision was made quite early on, that we wanted to be original. So, after many failed attempts, screwed up balls of paper and liberal use of creative language, Myrtle was born. She was originally intended to be a shoulder bag, but after continued requests for a cross body version, I gave in!
Dimensions: 28cm x 28cm - This product can also be made to order. To check available tweeds, please message!
UK Postage listed is Royal Mail 2nd Class, with a required signature. Postage outside the UK is also available.
Love Creative Therapy is based in lovely Northern Ireland, and works primarily with Harris Tweed, but mixes in some cottons, tartans and other cheeky selections! At Love Creative Therapy, a decision was made quite early on, that we wanted to be original. So, after many failed attempts, screwed up balls of paper and liberal use of creative language, Myrtle was born. Now we have a host of lovely, simply designed patterns for handbags and accessories :)
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