The Making of the Anita Bag

The Making of the Anita Bag
February 2, 2018 Sonja Kraft
In Ethical Manufacturing
Purnaa Anita Bag

The Anita Bag has been one of our most popular Purnaa products to date, so we thought we would give you a closer look at how it is produced.

The bag is made with 100% cotton canvas, eco-friendly genuine leather, and hand-woven Nepali dhaka fabric. We have used four new dhaka variations for this line offering several options for a fresh take on a classic.

All of our products start with a design and sampling. Since we have made this bag before, we already had the design and sample completed. After a sample is made and an order is confirmed, we work on sourcing the correct fabric. For this bag – the canvas, leather, and zippers are imported from India. The dhaka is made by a local factory in Kathmandu.

Once the fabric arrives, our Cutting Team layers it and traces the pattern pieces on the top layer. This is a very precise process because we are committed to maximizing our use of the fabric and minimize any waste.

After the fabric is cut, Team Laliguras gets to work sewing the bags. There are 15 different sewing steps and 7 different machines involved in making this bag. The sewing team works together to make the finished product, taking turns completing the steps. The Anita bag features one large zippered pocket on the front, two smaller pockets inside, and a snap at the top to close the bag.

Starting out, it does not look like a bag. The team slowly adds more and more pieces to make it all come together.

With so many steps, it is definitely a team effort. Team Laliguras is very supportive and encouraging of each other. If anyone needs help, they gladly lend a hand to  one another. It is also very common to find them chatting and laughing while they work throughout the day.

Once the sewing is complete, each piece is checked by our Quality Control team to make sure there are no irregularities.

After passing quality control, the bags are tagged and packed by our Packing Team and then sold in our outlet in Nepal or to wholesalers around the world. To purchase the Anita bag at wholesale rates or to find a retailer, please visit our wholesale page.

Comments (2)

  1. Malendra Shrestha 1 year ago

    We are manufacturing woven fabrics. You can use Nepalese Canvas fabrics for your products. Please kindly contact, Malendra Shrestha @ 9851194888, proprietor of Supreme Textile for various kinds of fabrics

    • adminpurnaa 1 year ago

      Hello Malendra, thank you for your comment and for letting us know of your canvas made in Nepal. We will pass this information along to our sourcing manager.

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