Ethically handmade in Guatemala
Where to? With this extraordinarily made Ikat weekender bag you are all set for your next adventure.
The Ikat design was created using specially-dyed, two tone threads. The artisans begin the process by tying knots onto warped threads, which are then plunged into natural dye baths. When the threads have been dyed and dried, the knots are removed revealing the designs, then the threads can be woven into a textile. Artisans use locally sourced plants and insects to create dye baths that they apply to cotton or rayon threads. They use a banana tree trunk solution to fix the color and help stabilize the dye, ensuring the color will never run.
Interior pockets, YKK zipper, silver hardware, with adjustable brown suede strap and trim.
Measures 23”W x 14”L, strap drop 22¨, 2-2.5 lbs