Ice Stuff Messenger Bag
You know, of course, what glaciers are made of. Not that it is easy to UNDERSTAND how that works: a 100 meter high river of solid ice with rocks in it, flowing down its mountain at a speed of half a meter per year, and crunching everything that doesn't get out of the way fast enough (which is not THAT fast...) into powder, is a bit eerie to say the least. Nevertheless, all these things were originally built from the nice flakes that decorate this cool bag.
This icy messenger bag is made of a heavy grey/beige woollen fabric (loden) with a beige cotton lining and a large metal white zipper. On both sides I sewed vintage white crocheted doilies. The strap is made from heavy cotton webbing and is attached to the back of the bag with large vintage mother of pearl buttons.