Yosuzi Wayuu
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Kalaira Blue L

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  • Kalaira, the jaguar, is the totem animal of the Uliana clan

  • Size L: 38 cm diameter x 30 cm length / Double strap

  • Handcrafted garment by Amerindian Wayuu

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Crochet!
This bag has been lovingly handmade by Wayuu indigenous women. Her creativity, expertise and learning ability are reflected in the quality of her handicrafts. A high-quality bag is characterized by a tight weave and it is created using three techniques: vertical weaving, "atulush" knotting and crocheting. With this project this project, Mama Tierra offers financial independence to indigenous women in La Guajira, an area between Colombia and Venezuela.

Coral Hernandez Design
Mama Tierra creates designs based on ethnological research, including the mythology of the Wayuu indigenous people, which inspired designer Coral Hernandez to create this pattern. Coral Hernandez Finol comes from Venezuela and works for Custo Barcelona, Desigual and Mango and more.

Kalaira
The jaguar represents the Uliana clan of the Wayuu indigenous people who inhabit the desert between Colombia and Venezuela. The mythical ancestor is called Kalaira by the Wayuu Uliana clan and is the emblematic jaguar totem of the family group. According to the Wayuu, family members of the jaguar clan inherit qualities from Kalaira - courage, solidarity and intelligence are just some of his virtues.

Empowering Indigenenous Women
Mama Tierra offers pre-payments and working material to the indigenous women, thereby strengthening their financial independence. The focus is on women because they ensure the well-being of the family, ensuring its income and educating the children.

 

Crochet!
This bag has been lovingly handmade by Wayuu indigenous women. Her creativity, expertise and learning ability are reflected in the quality of her handicrafts. A high-quality bag is characterized by a tight weave and it is created using three techniques: vertical weaving, "atulush" knotting and crocheting. With this project this project, Mama Tierra offers financial independence to indigenous women in La Guajira, an area between Colombia and Venezuela.

Coral Hernandez Design
Mama Tierra creates designs based on ethnological research, including the mythology of the Wayuu indigenous people, which inspired designer Coral Hernandez to create this pattern. Coral Hernandez Finol comes from Venezuela and works for Custo Barcelona, Desigual and Mango and more.

Kalaira
The jaguar represents the Uliana clan of the Wayuu indigenous people who inhabit the desert between Colombia and Venezuela. The mythical ancestor is called Kalaira by the Wayuu Uliana clan and is the emblematic jaguar totem of the family group. According to the Wayuu, family members of the jaguar clan inherit qualities from Kalaira - courage, solidarity and intelligence are just some of his virtues.

Empowering Indigenenous Women
Mama Tierra offers pre-payments and working material to the indigenous women, thereby strengthening their financial independence. The focus is on women because they ensure the well-being of the family, ensuring its income and educating the children.