Canvas

Tool bags in rough canvas.

I mainly make various tool cases/bags/ditty bags in very rough Canvas (up to 978gr/m), sometimes with leather elements. It started out of a personal need to store, for example, my carving irons. The bags are mostly sewn by machine, leather details by hand.
The picture at the top shows one of the first ditty bags I made in the early 80s. Still using it to store rope in different dimensions. The rope ends are led out through the holes, so I don't have to rummage through the bag for the right dimension.

Tool bags in rough canvas
A small tool bag with support straps sewn into the edges so it stands on its own. Support ring down. 4 external pockets. Made in different sizes.

Tool bags in rough canvas
Tool bags in rough canvas
Internal and external pocket and rope with attachment at the bottom so you can carry it comfortably on the shoulder. It also has a support ring at the bottom in tarred rope as wear protection.

A tool case for carving tools.
A tool case for carving tools.
"A Ditty Bag (or box) was originally called “ditto bag” because it contained at least two of everything: two needles, two spools of thread, two buttons, etc. ... A small box or bag in which a sailor kept his valuables such as letters, small souvenirs and sewing supplies." "ditty bag (plural ditty bags) A small bag used to carry one's personal effects or toiletries while traveling. A sailor's small bag to hold thread, needles, tape, etc.;"
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