Here are two more of my medieval hawking bags.
These bags were really quite popular between the 12th and 15th centuries. The original purpose was to hold small live animals (usually rodents) in order to feed them to hawks and such. The ring around the neck used to prevent them from scrabbling out of the bag as it created a weighted fold. The design is taken from illuminations from 1330-1440, so they are historically accurate.
Hand stitched and uses period materials (wooden & bone beads, leather, waxed linen and a brass buckle).
If you like 'em and would like one, they're for sale here: [link]