Medium Solola Fabric Pouch from Guatamala
This fabric pouch was made by a group of Kakchiquel Mayan widows and their daughters using a traditional tie-dye technique called jaspe. Each one is truly unique. Colors may vary slightly from the photo due to the nature of the photography and the materials used.
This fabric purse was made by a group of Kakchiquel Mayan widows and their daughters using a traditional tie-die technique called jaspe. The group came together to earn a living after the violence of the 1980s. Your purchase supports the Guatamalan-based Maya Traditions Foundation, which provides women's weaving groups and small family businesses with regular income opportunities and social programs in health, education, and artistry skill building.