Handwoven textile purse featuring traditional Zapotec designs made by a family of weavers in Teotitlàn Del Valle.
Wool textile with leather straps/clasp, and cotton lining with pockets.
First a tapete (textile) is woven on a pedal loom, which typically takes 15 days to complete. Next, the textile is sewn together to the shape of a bag using a pedal sewing machine. The final step is adding the leather straps to the bag. *See Photos of Process Below
11"L X 15"W X 15"H
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