The “Kona” bag was designed with yoga in mind. We wanted to design a roomy bag to hold all what you need to take to a yoga class, but also versatile enough to be doubled up as a multipurpose companion for your everyday life. Made with handloom cotton fabric that looks a lot like denim, it has a roomy cotton lined interior with pockets for pones and other small items. The outer straps that can hold your yoga mat in place. The coconut shell buttoned loop closure at the top will keep your belongings secure. This bag is fully stitched by a self-employed seamstress.
Dimensions: 40 x 42 x 40 cm (width x height x bottom)
Also available in beautiful Autumn Delight.
Fabric & Care
SHRINKAGE: Handloom fabrics are prone to moderate shrinkage on the first wash. Expect up to 5-10% shrinkage with time depending upon how you care for the garment.
BLEEDING: Handloom and handwoven fabrics often bleed colour on the first few washes. Rub a wet cotton swab on the inside of seam or hem, and check if the fabric transfers dye into the cotton.
- It’s best to handwash handloom fabrics for longevity. Wash in the machine with gentle cycles if you have to.
- Always use cold water.
- Close all the zippers, hooks & other fasteners before washing.
- Never-ever put your handloom or handwoven clothes in a machine dryer.
Soaking: Use mild detergent and cold water. Do not soak the clothes for too long. Wash the clothes immediately after soaking.
Rinsing: Rub the dirty areas gently with hand. Never use a brush, scrub or a solid bar of soap directly on your handloomed bags. Remove the detergent completely by rinsing a few times in cold water. Using diluted starch solution for the final rinse give a crisp finish.
Hang to drip-dry your handloomed bags in a well ventilated place away from direct sunlight.