We are so proud and excited to share this collaboration between Little Red Tarot and Phaedra Clothing! After years of hunting for her perfect tarot bag, LRT founder Beth finally stumbled across Deva O’Neill’s gorgeous linen designs, and together they designed these dreamy bags, perfect for keeping even larger decks safe and secure.
These gorgeous tarot bags are handmade from soft, luxurious Lithunanian linen. Fully lined with cotton calico and with a sturdy drawstring closure, these are ideal for protecting your favourite tarot decks while on the move.
Measuring 16 x 19cm internally, these bags are spacious enough to hold a wide variety of tarot decks, with or without (smaller) guidebooks, or boxes – see photographs for some examples. There’s even room for a crystal, candle or reading cloth. Not just for tarot – these lovely bags can safely carry all of your witchy bits and pieces.
Colours: Black, cobalt blue, slate grey (a bluey-grey). NEW! Soft Calamine pink and Poison Ivy green.
- Internally (up to drawstring) approx: 16 x 18.5cm
- Externally (full lenth) approx: 16 x 22cm
Handmade in Norwich, UK, with linen grown and woven in Lithuania.
Please note each bag is individually made by hand and minor variations are to be expected.
Phaedra clothing seeks a balance between form and function, combining attention to detail with practical, everyday wear. It is clothing that can be worn comfortably : simple lines thoughtfully made.
Each piece is created using natural fabrics. The palette of the collection conjures grey-blue seascapes and the low light of the English coastline. A muted, humble and considered simplicity is at the heart of my ethos.
Phaedra celebrates the human rather than the machine. A garment is a narrative, a piece that changes over time. Linen becomes softer and suppler, colours lighten subtly, and the cloth is imbued with memory.
My one-woman business champions well-designed and well-made products. I work to be as ethical and environmentally conscious as possible in my processes. I use Lithuanian linen, British and Japanese cotton, paper packaging, and British-made buttons and notions.