The perfect weekender.
Plain weave, 100% Iraca fiber, this circle, the cross-body bag is worth the time. The woman behind this bag is called Juanita. Another mastermind employing age-old techniques from the Asociación de Tejedoras Juanita. They are located in Sandoná, Nariño in Colombia, and they are a group of 60 women. Learn more about their organization in our blog.
The iraca comes from a tropical palm that produces extremely robust fibers.
27 Height / 29 Width / 7 Depth / strap drop length 46 / strap width 3.5 (centimeters)
11 H / 11 W / 3 D / strap drop length 18 / strap width 1.4 (inches)
Note: Please keep in mind these are handcrafted, artisanal items, and dimensions and tones could vary slightly. Thank you.
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