Itty Bitty Keychain - You know when you’re carrying three, full grocery bags, your coffee mug, a toddler on your hip, and you need your keys, but they’re buried at the bottom of your bag and now you’re in trouble? This keychain will help alleviate that problem. If you have small hands, slip the loop around your wrist for quick and easy access to your keys! If your hands are larger, they make for a nice, quick grabbing loop. The tiny brass boat snap also clips nicely to your tote bag strap to keep your keys up off the bottom of your bag. Keychains are approximately 6.5 inches long.
Ring Bowl - This petite little bowl is the one you keep on your dresser to hold your go-to pair of earrings. Or on the windowsill over your kitchen sink to hold your ring while you wash your dishes. Or on top to the washing machine to hold that lost button that you cannot seem to find the home for. Small enough to hold your tiny trinkets, but large enough to make a statement. Measures 3 inches wide at the base, 1.5 inches tall, 5.5 inches wide at the brim, with a small loop finish.
Valet Tray - Valet Trays are a cross between a Ring Bowl and a Catch All Bowl, with a wider base. They’re like a little Flora Tray! Measures 5.5 inches wide at the base, 2 inches tall, and 7.5 inches wide at the brim, with a suede tab finish.
Catch All Bowl - A small rope bowl, perfect for keeping on the counter to throw your keys and spare change in. Each bowl is dyed using a method called ice dyeing and the colors in each bowl will vary. Measures 3.5 inches wide at the base, 3.5 inches tall, 7.5 inches wide at the brim, with a suede tab finish.
Mudroom Basket - A sturdy basket with a helpful three-inch loop so you can hang it anywhere you have a hook! Measures 6.5 inches wide at the base, 6 inches tall, 8.5 inches wide at the brim, with a a three-inch loop, and a suede tab finish.
Frond Planter - A sleek and classic planter for your favorite pothos, ivy, or monstera. Each Frond Planter comes with a plastic drip tray to keep water away from the rope of your planter. This planter provides a great way to quickly hide those plastic orange pots from the nursery, without having to repot. Named after the botanical term ‘Frondescence’ (n.) the time at which each species of plant unfolds its leaves. Measures 6.5 inches wide at the base, 7.5 inches tall, 8.5 inches wide at the brim, with a suede tab finish. Includes an 8 inch water drip tray.
Camden Basket -
Kristin, the proprietress of Cashmere Goat Yarn Shop in Camden, Maine, reached out to me in the depths of winter, to inquire about designing a project basket that her customers might use for small WIPs like a pair of socks. The Camden Basket is smaller than a Pail, has long handles like a Harvest Basket, and features the leather gathering handle of the GreenAcre Basket! They’re available exclusively at Cashmere Goat in Camden and here on the S+B website. Measures 6.5 inches wide at the base, 6 inches tall, 8.5 inches wide at the brim, with a suede tab finish and a thick, removable leather handle with brass snaps.
Pail - In the spring and summer when things start pushing their way up through the ground, you’ll get the urge to gather and forage - fresh grape tomatoes, gorgeous stems of goldenrod, or even a toddler’s rock and acorn collection. And in the fall, there will be apples ripe for picking. Or perhaps you have a knitting project that needs containing, but also needs to be ready to grab at a moments notice as you hurry out the door. The Pail will help hold all your treasures. The Pail measures 7.5 inches wide at the base, 7.5 inches tall (16.5 inches with handle fully extended up), 9.5 inches wide at the brim, with two copper boat clasps, a leather handle grip, and a suede tab finish.
Made with cotton rope, custom made for Scout + Bean here in Midcoast Maine. Our thread is manufactured in North Carolina and our tabs in Tennessee, making all of our components U.S. made. Please note, there will be a slight variation in ice dyed pieces as all rope is hand dyed in small batches and the coloring may be slightly different from the photos pictured here.