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These practical and stylish bags are the perfect accessory to stow your skincare and cosmetics, adding a bit of luxury to your everyday.


Handcrafted in a selection of our favourite colourways and fully lined in soft and silky Lewis & Irene cotton. Each cosmetic purse comes finished with a genuine leather pull tab. Our hand felted pouches make an ideal gift for a special person, or as a treat for yourself.


Hand felting is a slow craft creating beautiful unique textiles to treasure.  Due to the handmade felting production process, each bag may have a slightly different placement of design. Each bag is individually made and dyed making each one unique. 


Available in 4 different colourways; Dusky Pink, Granite Gray, Tasman Blue and Sugar Cane Yellow


Cellular Collection 
The Scattered Discs Cosmetic bag is part of the Cellular Collection, a range of felted textiles inspired by cell structures examined under the microscope with macro-photographic imagery. Providing a wonderful combination of contrasting low relief surfaces, this collection fuses finely textured fabrics, wool and resistant materials.


Cosmetic Bag - Tasman Blue

SKU: NS/CB/Tasman
  • Gently hand wash with a mild detergent in tepid/warm water. Rinse. Reshape and dry flat away from direct heat.

A most enjoyable day! Emma’s studio was warm and welcoming and was a lovely space in which to work. Emma was an excellent tutor, explaining each stage of the feltmaking process clearly and answering any questions that arose along the way. She provided a fantastic array of materials and taught us techniques for using them to best advantage .

— Chris -


A brilliant introduction into the amazing world of wet felting. Extremely well organised and delivered. Thoroughly enjoyable and Emma a great tutor.

-J. Cawood - 


—Chris - 

An extremely enjoyable course delivered in a simple and clear way. Each stage was explained thoroughly and backed up with further advice for improvement or alternative yarns / embellishments. A truly inspirational experience.

—Margaret - 

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