Tote bag made from colorful sarong fabric with sok sabai embroidered in Khmer letters. Directly translated sok sabai means peace and happiness, and you will hear those words all the time in Cambodia. Sok sabai is the Khmer way of asking how you are doing, but it is also the way to answer that everything is fine, and the women at CWSG thought the words would look nice on the bag.
The bag has top zipper closure and three interior pockets (one with zipper, two without), as well as an outer large slit pocket. It is a great bag for the beach but it also adds a nice dash of color to your everyday outfit.
NOTE: This tote bag is selling at a reduced price because of a minor issue with the inside pocket zipper. The regular price is $30
15.7″W (upper) x 12″H x 4″D (bottom)
Handle drop: 10.5″
Color: Green pattern
Material: 100% cotton
Made in Cambodia
CWSG (Cambodia Women’s Support Group) is a group of women in Phnom Penh, skilled in sewing, embroidery and design. The group was founded by Ky Kanary in 2014, with the purpose of providing the women in the group with a source of income from selling different kinds of beautiful, handmade products. Some of the women are skilled in sewing, while others excel in embroidery and design, and when developing new products to sell, they try to make the best use of the inherent talent in the group.