Flor Cosmetic Pouch 002
The Flor Cosmetic Pouch was created with upcycled huipiles, a traditional blouse worn by Mayan women.
The textile was woven on the backstrap loom, and the floral pattern signifies that the Huipil used in these pouches originally came from the village of Chichicastenango.
Handwoven textile body
Zipper closure on top
Back is solid color
Hand Made in Guatemala
7.5"h x 9.75"w
About the Cooperative:
"We are a cooperative of Tz'utujil women weavers in San Juan La Laguna on the shores of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. We began in 1988 to enable Tz'utujil-only speaking weavers to live from their art and to maintain fair prices between us.
Using 100% organic natural dyes and threads, we work in harmony with mother nature to protect the environment and maintain our traditional weaving and jaspe techniques, passed down from our Mayan ancestors"