A truly special find.
100% crochet wool mochila bag, made entirely by hand by women from the Kamentsa indigenous group from Putumayo. They primarily live in the Sibundoy Valley of the Putumayo Department in the south of Colombia. Learn more about the Kamentsa people in our blog.
Weaver: Maria Luisa Jansasoy from Milagro Asakem Association. This craft is Maria Luisa´s main source of income and has helped put her son, Luis, through engineering school.
Pattern: "Rana" or "Frog" symbolizing fertility.
33 Height / 31 Width / 20 Diameter / strap drop length 45 / strap width 6 (centimeters)
13 H / 12 W / 8 D / strap drop length 18 / strap width 2 (inches)
Note: Please keep in mind these are handcrafted, artisanal items, and dimensions and tones could vary slightly. Thank you.
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