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Bags and accessories made from

recycled felt

 

Started with an idea and developed into a brand: the i-did bags and accessories made from recycled felt. We make new, design products from textiles that are no longer used. Each bag or accessory is therefore durable and has a rich history. In this way we also clean up the textile waste mountain little by little!

Sustainable design

 

Our bags and accessories are carefully designed by our designer. This not only looks at how beautiful a product is, but also whether this product can last a long time. This not only makes our material sustainable, but also the products themselves. Our bags and accessories are made in our workshops. Here we guide people who have not worked for a long time or who have never worked for sustainable work.

 

You can see the origin of the textile in every product. For example, in the color Defense Desert you occasionally see a small piece of green fabric made from old army textile. So you have a sustainable product with a history and a special story.

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Sustainable promotional gifts and own branding

 

We have already been able to make beautiful bags and accessories on behalf of various companies. Together with MYOMY, de Efteling, Superdik and IKEA, we have designed unique products to meet the needs of the brand or company as closely as possible.

 

Do you also want to make an impact together? Get in touch with us! We like to think along with you.

 

"It is so beautiful to make new design products from material that has a long history"

Domino (designer)

our bags & accessories

Would you like to know more about our bags and accessories made from recycled felt?

mail info@i-did.nl

Download the catalog

Download the press kit

Go to the webshop

Get in touch with us

i-did Utrecht
Floridadreef 50
3565 AM Utrecht
info@i-did.nl

030 276 2668

i-did Den Haag
Televisiestraat 4
2525 KD Den Haag
info@i-did.nl

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