Designed exclusively for the National Trust, the line drawn design on this spacious bag illustrates Hill Top, the home of the cherished author, Beatrix Potter.
Beatrix Potter bought Hill Top with royalties from her first books. This little 17th century farmhouse inspired a number of her famous tales including Jemima Puddle-Duck and Tom Kitten, with the books containing many illustrations based on the house and garden.
Beatrix worked closely with the National Trust and when she died in 1943, she left her estate in the care of the National Trust to ensure this legacy is looked after for generations to come.
Produced by a small family run business in rural Lincolnshire.
Machine washable at 40°C
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