SisterWorks Limited Aussie Bread Bags Collection are handmade from 100% cotton fabric. Sisterworks is truly passionate about reducing environmental impact through producing sustainable alternatives to essential items. These Bread Bags are as practical and high quality as they are beautiful to look at.
- BPA free and waterproof PUL lining inside which will help to keep your loaf of choice fresher for longer. The roll and clip closure allows you to roll the length of the bag down as the loaf is eaten, this reduces air movement inside the bag and maintains maximum freshness of the loaf.
- Our Bread Bags are freezer proof and preserve your bread well when frozen.
- Made locally in Melbourne, Australia
To clean, turn the bag inside-out to dispose of any crumbs and if necessary, simply wipe with a cloth or hand-wash in cold water and air dry.
27 cm (L)
41 cm (H)
12.5 cm (D)
Jijaka fabric collection:
“Jijaka is a collection of artworks that were developed by a collective of Aboriginal artists working for the Jumbana Group over the course of 20 years. All works within the Jijaka archive are now part of the National Museum of Australia’s collection and as such we do not credit individual Aboriginal artists with individual artworks.
Jijaka is and Aboriginal work meaning ‘Kangaroo’. Jijaka authentic designs tell the stories of Aboriginal people who have lived on the Australian continent for more than 40,000 years. Their corroborree ceremonies trace the ancient Dreamtime journeys of spirit ancestors, as they travelled the vast Australian landscape.
Royalties from Jijaka sales support the Nangala Project, to relieve poverty and disadvantage amongst Australian Indigenous children and their families through creating locally engaged & sustainable opportunity.
Connecting every new generation to country.”
* To order more than 20 items please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
M A D E W I T H L O V E L O C A L L Y E T H I C A L L Y
Sisterworks mission is to enable migrant refugee and asylum seeker women to have the opportunity to be confident, independent and learn new social and vocational skills to improve their economic outlook