This handy sized pouch is just the right size to carry a 50ml bottle of hand sanitiser. If you don’t need or want to carry sanitiser you can also use it to carry a roll of doggie poo bags for when you and your pooch are out and about. I have also heard that some people use them to keep their inhalers handy.
It’s fully lined and made from Black Watch Tartan (picked up on a recent trip to Edinburgh) with an embroidered Highland Cow (or Hairy Coo as we call them in our house)
At the top there is a short black leather strap with a gold swivel hook which means you can easily attach it to your handbag strap (inside or out) or even to a belt loop or school bag. The flap fastens with a small magnetic snap.
The pouch measures 2.5 by 4 inches and is approximately 1 inch deep.
PLEASE NOTE: Sanitiser is NOT included.
This item is not washable and should be spot cleaned only.
(It is possible to back order a limited number of these.)
* There is a postal charge for this item but packing is free as I try and recycle packing materials wherever possible.
WHAT'S NEW AT CINNAMON EMBROIDERY - JANUARYI've decided to do a 'blogette' once a month to bring you up to speed with everything new at Cinnamon Embroidery (don't get TOO excited...) First of all - I've decided to extend the Cinnamon Embroidery sale until the end of February 2021. The great thing about an online sale is that you don't have to queue up at 5 a.m. in the cold (even if you could right now!) - you can shop 24/7 in your PJs! Most items are 10 - 15% off and all the items I add during January up to the end of February will also attract a discount so watch this space. (Discounts do NOT apply to Gift Vouchers by the way).You will surely find something you love which is ideal for those pesky birthdays that fall immediately after Christmas or even a 'just because' gift for yourself (you deserve it)! Secondly - I'll be adding some new and different items over the next few weeks. I'm going back to basics with HAND embroidery so look out for some cute coin purses and maybe larger bags (depending on when my patience runs out...) I shall also be making different bags - some embroidered - some not - in a variety of fabrics. The days are getting slightly longer and the evenings just a tiny bit lighter and Spring is on the way ...
WE CAN DO THIS FOLKS!