Pocket Disc: Guatamalan women make these crocheted frisbees/potholders in a beautiful array of colors and designs
Katto'ui brings you these amazing hand-woven bags made by the Wayuu (Indigenous people from Colombia). Each design is unique and almost impossible to be replicated again, created from scratch by using traditional materials it takes one Wayuu woman about 20 days to 1 month to weave a single bag. All our Wayuu bags are authentic and handmade by artisans from Wayuu tribes. These bags are walking pieces of art and craftsmanship that can now be purchased locally in Toronto. www.kattoui.ca
Top your noggin with a wilder-style yarmulke
Kippot crafted by Maya women. The sales benefit their villages (via mayaworks.org)
The Wayuu are a traditionally nomadic, matrilineal tribe indigenous to the desert of Colombia. (photo by Luis Miguel)
Mini Wayuu Bags#https://www.fashionistaz.nl/wayuu-mochila-tassen-fashionistaz/mini-mochila.html CUTE MINI WAYUU BAGS 39,00 EURO
RiannesHaaksels: Ply split braiding tutorial. Técnica para realizar las correas de bolsos Wayuu
Style with a cause! Formerly part of the Wayuu Taya Foundation, Susu Style sells one of a kind Susu bags handwoven by the women of the Wayuu tribe in the Guajiran Peninsula. All proceeds go back to the Wayuu community. Buy yours today at www.susustyle.com!
I just love all the beautiful hand made fabrics that one can buy at ridiculously low prices on the streets of Jaisalmer, India. So beautiful, & each one so different. Love, love, LOVE!