Sewing the straps and handles into a bag is one of my least fave tasks. At that point I'm just READY TO BE DONE.
Imagine my joy when I discovered a leather strap that is completely sew-able! No hardware needed to attach these babies.
They are strong, beautiful, and are 100% leather.
I now have them made in several shades and will be expanding color choices in the future.
This is my go-to choice for bag handles!
I carry two different widths in my shop HERE.
1.25" width and 3/4" width.
Both varieties are 45" long.
I often cut one strap into two pieces and use them the way I show in the video below.
Sometimes I use the full length and add an adjustable buckle, using it as a cross body strap.
For example this Coffee House Bag:
You CAN use rivets on these straps if you choose to.
A Santorini Tote palooza!
This is the Santorini Tote in peach croc vinyl with caramel leather straps 3/4" width.
This is my favorite bag make to date. It was at Spring Market 2019 in the Checker booth.
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