The electric aqua of this large tote bag really pops against the white tie-dye making a striking design. The joy of Shibori dying lies in its imperfections. The fabric is twisted, stitched and tied before it is dyed so the white parts resist the dye creating an artsy pattern. Inside there's room for a laptop and there's a small pocket for your phone and a larger pocket for your wallet, keys, headphones etc.
Size: 20" x 4" x 13.25"
For a night out or special event, the Manuela is a showstopper. Features snap closure, interior zip pocket and leather detailing.
Size: 5”h x 11.5”w x 1.5”d
This bag is handwoven by indigenous women in rural Guatemala. Through their work, the women are empowered to become agents of change in their communities. They receive leadership and business training and are able to provide nourishing food for their children and send them to school. The women also become involved in the finances of their household and vote in local elections.
These French country classic napkins were hand loomed in a traditional village cooperative workshop in Java. They are soft, absorbent & actually improve with age. Machine wash in cool water & tumble dry on low heat. These are larger than our other napkins and are great as tea towels too.
Dimensions: 20" x 20"
The support of these crafts helps sustain and promote traditional, indigenous village handicrafts so that they can be enjoyed by future generations. The craftspeople are also encouraged to improved efficiency and environmental sustainability. The group is involved in sustainable education, re-forestation, organic farming, community empowerment projects, and makes contributions to the GreenSchool Bali scholarship fund.