Elbedritsch PA Dutch Tarot Wrap Pouch


Let's get this out of the way...
"Elbedritsches are fanciful, birdlike creatures that the Pennsylvania Dutch tell their young ones to go catch in a paper sack so that grown-ups can have a good chuckle. Elbedritsches are something like snipes. That is, they are imaginary.

What is the proper spelling? C. Richard Beam and Joshua R. Brown’s “The Comprehensive Pennsylvania German Dictionary” lists “elbedritsch” first and a dozen spelling variations thereafter; for example, “elbegricksel.”

The Elusive Elbegricksels!"
-from Lancaster Online's The Scribbler

While I'll argue with the notion that they're imaginary all day, this gives you an idea!
This handcrafted tarot pouch features the Elusive Elbedritch fabric created by PA Dutch folk artist Rachel Yoder (https://www.rachelyoderart.net/) on blue background with yellow and green accents. Yellow interfacing for added support.

Wrap around design keeps cards secure and offers extra space when opened to serve as a handy mini reader's cloth. Ties securely with double blue ribbons.

Handmade in Tennessee by Honeysuckle Arthouse

Wrap pouch measures 12" x 6 3/4" when opened flat and 5" x 6 1/2" when folded.

Pouch area holds a standard 4 3/4" x 2 3/4" x 1 1/2" deck snugly with the box. Mini decks or anything smaller than standard will fit great with extra room for a salt vial or crystals.

100% Cotton

Cards Not Included, deck shown is The Original Tarot (standard deck size). Find it here: