Karatse Toiletery bag recycled

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  • This is a toiletry bag with enough space to store all your make up!

  • Each bag is different and represents elements of the Wayuu life

  • Size: 30 cm  long x 16 cm high.

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Crochet!
Using the crochet technique, indigenous women in Colombia have lovingly handcrafted this resistant clutch stitch by stitch. The indigenous people themselves are the designers! Their designs are based on natural elements like river currents, animal tracks or star constellations. The quality of the handicraft is a sign of their intelligence, skill and learning ability.

Strengthen indigenous women
The vision of Mama Tierra is the self-determination of the indigenous woman. That's why we sell accessories that Wayuu Indians make in the Caribbean desert. Mama Tierra offers the women living wages and financial independence.

Made in La Guajira, finished in Switzerland 

MAMA TIERRA offers prepayments and working material to the indigenous women so that they do not have to invest their own capital. Being Swiss with Wayuu-indigenous roots,  the indigenous people are near and dear to us.

Crochet!
Using the crochet technique, indigenous women in Colombia have lovingly handcrafted this resistant clutch stitch by stitch. The indigenous people themselves are the designers! Their designs are based on natural elements like river currents, animal tracks or star constellations. The quality of the handicraft is a sign of their intelligence, skill and learning ability.

Strengthen indigenous women
The vision of Mama Tierra is the self-determination of the indigenous woman. That's why we sell accessories that Wayuu Indians make in the Caribbean desert. Mama Tierra offers the women living wages and financial independence.

Made in La Guajira, finished in Switzerland 

MAMA TIERRA offers prepayments and working material to the indigenous women so that they do not have to invest their own capital. Being Swiss with Wayuu-indigenous roots,  the indigenous people are near and dear to us.