Introducing our limited edition Guide Dogs Victoria x SisterWorks collaboration – Treat Bags!
Guide Dogs Victoria reached out to SisterWorks to provide opportunity for our Sisters in Bendigo to make these fantastic Treat Bags. Thank you so much to the Guide Dogs Victoria team for getting SisterWorks involved. Through this project we are able to provide opportunity for 3 of our Bendigo Sisters; May, Thaw Thi Htoo and Kyi Tay.
All three of these women had zero sewing skills prior to their involvement in our 2020 SisterWorks reusable face mask project. With the skills they developed in this project they were able to quickly learn how to make the Treat Bag design, which is a lot more difficult than you would think! We are so proud of how well our Sisters did.
Not only is this purchase supporting our Sisters, but proceeds from the sale of each bag will go towards Guide Dogs, to continue their work providing services for people with low vision or blindness that enhance freedom and independence.
There are only 50 of these bags! So if you want one of these limited edition Treat Bags shop now.
- The exterior fabric of the bag is made of durable outdoor canvas
- The interior fabric is food grade – machine washable but recommended to wash in a laundry bag to extend the longevity of the bag
- There are two compartments in the bag. In each compartment there is space for a phone the size of an iPhone
- Within one of the compartments are three pockets for your daily items like keys and credit cards
- It has a strong, adjustable webbing belt which you can fit around your waist
- They come in 3 colours; Coral, Black and Marine
- Note that the top is wider than the bottom
- Bottom (18x8x11.5cm)
- Top (22x5x11.5cm)
- Handle is approximately 26cm long.
For orders over 10 items or pre-orders please email Valerie: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Through work and entrepreneurship, SisterWorks mission is to support women who are refugees, asylum seekers or migrants so they can improve their confidence, mental wellbeing, sense of belonging and economic outlook.