Articles tagged with: Kalimba Bags

23 June 2019

More Beautiful Quilted Kalimba Bags from Africa

Written by Mark Holdaway, Posted in News and Announcements

These are made by Louise Sloman-Fuller, now retired from AMI (African Musical Instruments) in South Africa

More Beautiful Quilted Kalimba Bags from Africa

There are now several options out there for kalimba bags and kalimba cases. If you are looking for something really special, check out these quilted bags from Louise Fuller-Sloman. They are charming. I own two of them myself, and I am guessing there are a few of them that you would love too.

We have several new bag designs as of June 2019.

25 March 2019

25% off Fancy Quilted Kalimba Bags

Written by Mark Holdaway, Posted in News and Announcements

Coupon Code BAG25

Many people have been eyeing these nice kalimba bags made by Louise Sloman-Fuller. Louise knows kalimbas - she worked at AMI in South Africa for almost 20 years, taking big orders and organizing kalimba shipments all around the world. Now she makes arts and crafts, including these sweet, unique bags for kalimbas.

If you have been sitting on the sidelines, now is the time to jump in and make your move with this 25% coupon code.

08 December 2018

Three Inexpensive Soft-Shell Kalimba Cases

Written by Mark Holdaway, Posted in News and Announcements

The Small case fits the 10-Note Kalimba, Medium fits the 17-Note or Treble, Large fits the Alto and Chromatic

Three Inexpensive Soft-Shell Kalimba Cases

How do you safely travel with your kalimba, keeping it from potential accidental trauma? For an unfortunately long period of time, my answer has been "I pack it between my underwear and socks." The fragile Sansula has a nice soft bag and a very nice wood case. But if you play one of the more standard kalimbas, once its box wears out, you might be packing yours between a few T-shirts too.

To those who would persist about this glaring deficiency, I would say: "Go to Target's back-to-school section in August, and pick out a nice padded/insulated, soft-sided lunch sack."

Today, I am happy to recommend a new solution: tough, attractive, black, zipping, form-fitting, well-padded soft-shell kalimba cases, at $10, $11.50, and $13. Most kalimba pages in the Kalimba Magic Shop now have the option to add one of these kalimba cases.

14 September 2018

Bright and Exquisite Original Quilted Kalimba Bags

Written by Mark Holdaway, Posted in News and Announcements

These are made by Louise Sloman-Fuller, now retired from African Musical Instruments in South Africa

Bright and Exquisite Original Quilted Kalimba Bags

Once you have made the investment and bought a nice kalimba, your choices for how to protect it have been somewhat limited.

I have long recommended that kalimba owners who want a protective kalimba case should take a trip to Target in August, visit the "Back to School" section, and purchase a shapely padded lunch bag for under $10.

While the lunch box option is effective and surely economical, it is a bit soulless. Well, at least you didn't buy from Walmart... or did you?

Anyway, I have a much more soulful solution to your kalimba protection and carrying needs.