Bee Bread Bag in Pure Linen from The Honey Bee Collection
*With a slightly imperfect print*
Every now and then we spot a few imperfections in our hand-printing. Whether a small ink smudge or a design printed a little too faintly, these pieces don't make it into our final selection so we’ve added them to our sale. This is a great opportunity to buy slight seconds at significantly reduced prices, please do watch the video below to find out more:
Unfortunately we are unable to accept returns on any sale items.
Perfect for storing loaves, rolls, delicious artisan breads and patisserie, this wonderful linen bee bread bag, featuring a hand printed design from our Honey Bee Collection, helps keep bread fresher for longer. Great for home baked and bakery bought breads including sourdough.
The linen bread bag is both sustainable and eco friendly. It gets rid of the need for bulky bread bins and allows you to say goodbye to plastic bag storage.
Turn the top down on your bee bread bag to create a pretty basket perfect for serving bread and rolls at the table. Use for picnics and just perfect for kitchens with minimal counter space with a handy cotton loop for hanging. Made from 100% linen with a natural cotton tie. A must have for bread lovers and bee lovers alike.
It is hand printed in our Cornish studios using water based inks and is made by a small team of artisan makers. Take a look at our other bread bag designs in a variety of lovely linen colours.
Measures approx: 42cm x 18cm x 12cm 16.5 x 7 x 4.7 inches
100% linen Machine washable at 30 degrees
Made in Cornwall
Helen says:- My daughter is a keen baker and together we have designed this bread bag which is both beautiful and practical, featuring the lovely new Honey Bee design, inspired by my father, Roger, who is a very keen bee keeper. With over 20 hives he is passionate about helping to protect and increase honeybee colonies, encouraging others to take up bee keeping as a hobby and giving support and advice to new apiarists. Through his knowledge and expertise, I have learnt so much about these amazing busy creatures and their magical healing honey making skills. I spent hours watching and loved drawing them in my sketchbook as they went about their busy schedule! You can read more about us all at Helen Round here.