The Estela handbag, is traditionally called Mochila by the Wayúu, the Colombian indigenous group on the Caribbean Coast, that hand wove them.
This detailed unicolor bag can take up to 3 weeks to be made by crochet with a single cotton thread, by the Wayuu women. The long strap is woven in a manual loom, with a traditional pattern in earth tones. Each of the patterns featured on the weave has a name and traditional meaning, that speaks about the tribe´s daily life.
MADE IN LA GUAJIRA, COLOMBIA
Size: 8 x 8 x 12 in
Due to its handmade craftsmanship, bags can vary slightly in size and color, and have some imperfections, which is part of its uniqueness.