naturally dyed with various fruits, nuts, bark, and plants
Who made this?
Hand woven merino wool from the central valley of Oaxaca, Mexico is some of the finest and softest wool there is. Zapotec wool is woven with a foot loom by the Morales family in Teotitlan del Valle, Oaxaca. The Morales family are considered to be master weavers having their traditional methods of weaving passed down to them for generations. Using hand spun naturally dyed yarn, they create amazing designs with rich colors. The generations old artisan ship that goes into each purse is visible through its earthy textures and woven details.
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Your purchase of this quality, one-of-a-kind gift empowers survivors of oppression through ethical, living wage artisan employment.
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