Our La Ñaña bucket bag is a Cabuya Handmade design and a 100% eco-sustainable, recyclable, natural and washable version.
Hand-woven by indigenous women from the Andes region, made with crochet technique in cotton vegetable fibre and sheep's wool.
Boho style, minimal and versatile bag created to contain the essentials in the shape of a medium and flirty bucket, perfect for an outing in the city.
It can be carried in 3 ways: on the shoulder, on the forearm or as a cross-body bag. It has no lining and closes with its own handle.
Cotton Vegetable Fibre and Sheep's Wool
Height 22 cm
Width 25 cm
Bottom 18 cm
Long Handle Length
How long did it take the artisan woman to weave the bag?
2 days approx.
We recommend hand wash with warm water and a drop of delicate detergent, do not squeeze, do not rub.
Wash gently and air dry on a towel until completely dry.
Be sure not to use Clorox.
As a handmade product, it is still delicate.
A recycled cotton pouch is included to help preserve the product.
We have taken care of every detail. Please keep in mind that all of our products are hand-made by artisans, thus they are unique pieces and there are not perfect duplicates. Each of the products might present slight variations of color and dimensions.
We kindly ask you to bear in mind these slight imperfections give a human value and unique character to our products.
You have in your hands a unique piece of craftsmanship, thank you for helping us preserve our ancestral legacy. Your purchase is helping to the empowering of indigenous women by providing them a livelihood that improves their life quality.