Small Kamentza mochila bag, with tassels, handcrafted by Doris Jajoy in Pasto, Nariño, Colombia. Doris belongs to the Kamentza indigenous community where they specialize in weaving and other ancestral techniques. This is her main source of income. Learn more about them in our blog.
Pattern design: The bear, symbolizing spiritual strength, guardian of our territory. The tassels represent the carnivalesque bear.
Material: Wool and acrylic thread.
Dimension: 20 Height x 17 Width x 13 Diameter; strap drop 50, strap width 4 (cm)
8 H x 7 W x 5 D; strap drop 20, strap width 1.5 (inches)
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