A toolbox with beautiful wood grain, created by combining “Magewappa” and “Embroidery frames”.
A beautiful wooden toolbox with a cross-stich design on the lid and a detatchable emboidery hoop that conveniently nests as the box’s outside rim. It is the perfect size for storing small tools, accessories, or sewing notions. Magewappa means “bent wooden box,” and these exquisite products made by MOCKATS are lovingly handcrafted with Chizu cedar in the traditional Akita style.
Detatchable embroidery hoops made by Futaba Sangyo of Nara are beloved by professional embroidery artists and hobbyists alike. The hinoki cypress of the frame is smooth to the touch and gives off a distinctive, soothing fragrance.
The toolbox comes in two sizes: 12 cm diameter by 8.5 cm height, and 15 cm diameter by 6 cm height. Cross-stitching on the lid comes in two color schemes: the warm Koharu with pink and yellow thread, and the cool Aoi featuring blue and green stitching.
Tottori × Nara
Magewappa｜MOCKATS／Chizu city, Tottori
To deliver the high quality of Tottori’s Chizu cedar to the entire Japan, he changed his career from a furniture maker to a Magewappa maker. After studying under an instructor who studied in Akita, he has continued to produce Magewappa products while maintaining their reliable quality.
Embroidery Hoops｜Futaba Industry／Ikoma city, Nara
In the lush green city of Ikoma, Nara Prefecture, the company makes embroidery frames and knitting sticks using domestic wood. In pursuit of ease of use, they carefully select materials and try to meet the demands of the user.
※All measurements are for reference. Please note in advance that the actual dimensions and weight of the product may slightly vary.
Embroidery Hoops 12cm
Embroidery Hoops 15cm
- Loosen the screw attached to the lid to remove the outer frame of the embroidery frame. The frame attached to the bottom of the main unit is the inner frame of the embroidery frame.
The two frames can be combined and used as an embroidery frame.
- This product cannot be used as a tableware or lunch box.
- Do not over-tighten the screws on the embroidery frame. Doing so may result in damage.
- If it gets dirty, wipe it with a soft, dry cloth.
- Do not leave in direct sunlight, high temperature, or high humidity. It may cause discoloration, deformation and mold.
- Please note that if the embroidery thread on the lid should break, it cannot be replaced or repaired due to structural reasons.
- Due to the characteristics of wood, the embroidery frames on the toolbox may be loose or tight.
- Dropping or impacting the product may cause damage.
- Keep out of reach of infants.