Goodordering - Tartan Eco Washbag - Migration Museum Shop
Goodordering - Tartan Eco Washbag - Migration Museum Shop
Goodordering - Tartan Eco Washbag - Migration Museum Shop

Goodordering - Tartan Eco Washbag

Regular price £30.00 Sale price£15.00 Save £15.00
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This multi-functional eco bag is made from recycled water bottles. It is designed to be used in a number of ways. Such as a wash bag, hand bag, cable organiser bag or oversized pencil case.

With a detachable shoulder strap which you can adjust in length, and made from waterproof recycled nylon with the signature Goodordering pinstripe lining, this style is the ultimate versatile bag.

The tartan range was inspired by the iconic laundry bag fabric. Known to everyone all around the world in slightly different guises, a travel bag, a laundry, a moving bag. Widely available and extremely affordable, the laundry bag is bought from any 2 dollar shop / pound store or corner hardware home store around the world. The familiarity of the woven fabric invokes a nostalgic feeling. We have re-invented this fabric for higher durability, converting the woven fabric into a print on a recycled nylon fabric. The result is sustainable and useful for everyday use, but will last a lot longer that the iconic bag that it is inspired by.

  •  Size: 30cm wide x 20cm high x 9cm deep
  • Detachable shoulder strap
  • Waterproof recycled nylon

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Meet the Maker

I am a third generation migrant. My parents moved to Australia from China when they were teenagers and, following in their footsteps, early in my 20s I moved to the UK.

I wanted to use the iconic laundry bag tartan weave as a print on recycled nylon for my commuting bags.

We are all moving through the world in some way or another, whether it be moving borough or moving country, I admire anyone who takes that plunge.

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