The idea behind this product is for girls that wear skirts and have no pockets so when going out and about there is somewhere to store valuables. The bulk of the product would be elasticated so it would fit lots of size legs and have a sealable netting area so the contents are secure.
My 'pattern' and 'old' images stood out for me from the others, I feel the decorative qualities of the materials are very vibrant and bold. The pattern image is of a dish cloth but has been painted in very royal colours to have an apposing effect to the regular ideas we have surrounding such an every day item. It displays seeing ordinary things in an unordinary way, the item is essential and is barely recognised for its vitality in lots of things so the artist is bringing to light the humble dish cloth and painting it in reds, yellows and blues giving a royalist style.
The bunting stands out for me as a British symbol for war, it was used in the navy to produce flags and uses very lightweight fabric to provide a decorative addition to any space, it's an old design and is a recognisable design as well which is a good quality to have, just seeing this kind of product or imagery brings back reminiscent memories in people of historic times that can have a big importance in their lives, creating a product with this kind of aspect is essential.
The chair i've modelled here uses two pegs to support the backrest and lift the seat off the floor. it can be moved and opened out to act as a bed and finally a bag to carry the chair.