* Made by Hank bag

Posted on August 13th, 2009 by maitreya. Filed under Wants.

Becket got me an awesome early birthday present (very early since my birthday isn’t until November!)  I couldn’t believe it, since I love Katie Henry’s blog and I’ve actually been eyeing her Made by Hank bags for a while now, and could never quite decide on which one I liked the best and pull the trigger.


It’s very well made, has a ton of pockets, and has Made by Hank embroidered into the strap.  It’s also big enough that I can bring home papers from lab but small enough to still fit in my bike basket.  And isn’t it super cute?  Can’t beat green with white piping.  Thanks Becket!

5 Responses to “Made by Hank bag”

  1. Becket Says:

    Too sweet! I’m so glad that you like it!
    You can’t beat that shade of green with your red hair – it’s a delightful combo!

  2. Claire Says:

    Oooh, I love it, jealous!

  3. Great Bags: Made by Hank « Sky Turtle Says:

    […] Bags: Made by Hank Jump to Comments Maitreya from Craftlog, one of my favourite blogs , posted a while ago a photo of a bag that she got as a present. It looked so simple and yummy. So I followed the link and was very satisfied to discover many […]

  4. Patricia Says:

    I tried to check the blog out since I love bags, but it is in Korean or something like that (I can’t really tell the difference between the Asian languages except that some are horizontal and some are vertical) Is that the right blog or did it move? I’m kinda confused. There aren’t any bags pictured on the blog at all.

  5. maitreya Says:

    Wow, how bizarre. You’re totally right; the old link goes somewhere else now. Here’s the Made by Hank blog with links to her current shops: http://madebyhank.blogspot.com/


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