Characterized by “the crazed rhythm of Swing” the @furla #1940 s #Metropolis bag includes a leather ruffle and bow in a petal and ruby check. Isn't it utterly adorable?
A couple of months ago we got word that a lovely once resident of Raglan had recently been back for a visit and happened to attend a Bag It Raglan sewing session. He decided to make a short documentary about his experience, and now, that short documentary film is being shown in Lima, Peru at the Kuyapanakuy Environmental Short Film Festival next weekend. We have a lot of kind words to say about this. But above all, we're simply grateful to see the kaupapa of PBFR being shared far beyond the divvy. 🌏🌍🌎A big thank you to Pedro Cordova for this beautiful mahi. 💚
The link is in our profile if you want to give it a watch, it's only a few minutes long.
And if you are in Raglan tomorrow (Wednesday), come along to the Bag It Raglan sewing session at the Supper Room at the Town Hall from 10:30-2:30. Everyone is welcome, no sewing skills are required. All bags made are then made available for free to the community.
Friends, this is the single best moving trick I've ever found! Bag your clothes as they hang on the rod, tie the hooks together and move the bags! You simply hang them in the new place and cut the bags (please recycle!) so handy!!