In the Guatemalan highlands, women still wear traditional Mayan dress. Blouses, called huipils, are woven on a backstrap loom. The distinctive patterns of both huipils and skirts vary by region; they are unique to a place, symbols of identity. This burlap Weekender Bag incorporates upcycled huipil and skirt fabric from Chichicastenango, near the village of Chontola, where workshop of artisan partner group Ruth & Naomi is located. Formed to create jobs for women widowed by civil war, the group continues to provide economic and educational opportunities for the community. A beautiful Global Fair Trade gift.
Sold OutMade of post-consumer material, this market tote lends a double-sided "Bee Kind Bee Humble Bee Happy" sentiment with peppy bee and sunflower designs. Gusset features coordinating designs. Bag includes complementing nylon hand and shoulder straps and inside pocket with "Kind Humble Happy" sentiment. Perfect for eco-conscious shoppers and made of post-consumer materials. 15.50" x 15.25" x 6"
$ 42.00The brilliant hues and wonderful patterns of these carefully designed bags appeal to everyone. They are artful and useful at the same time! This 13x17 inch shoulder tote features two 24 inch straps, one large zipper compartment, one outer pocket, one cell phone pocket and one inside zipper pocket. Cotton/Polyester blend. Do not wash- spot clean only.
$ 34.00Bright, vivid colors define the signature artwork of artist Laurel Burch. Her totes are designed to be practical and useful art. This 16x12- 1/2x3-1/2 inch scoop tote bag features one 21 inch handle, one large zippered compartment and one inside zipper pocket. Do not wash