Designed by Emily Ng, these drawstring pouches are made with leftover scraps of fabrics and tailored for nursery . Emily Ng is a lifelong learner. She attended a nanny certificate course in 2007 and ever since then, she continues to update her professional knowledge in the area of childcare, lactation and baby massage. During the COVID 19 social distancing period, Emily started making drawstring pouches with the leftover scraps of fabrics her friend gave her. She enjoyed matching different colours, strings and ziplocks. With the needs of mothers 🤰🏻👩🏻‍🦰and babies in mind, and her grandchild as the end user, the pouches she makes are perfect for storing soft towels, pacifiers, soft toys🧸, water bottles 🍼and the small belongings for the nursery👶🏻. 💡Did You Know1️⃣ 5 trillion liters of water is used for dyeing processes2️⃣ 48–144 billion square yards of fabric from factory scraps is sent to landfill each year3️⃣ 26% of global carbon emission (WRI) is from the textile industry by 2050  Source: World Resources Institute (WRI)Free shipping in Hong Kong.

Handmade Drawstring Pouches