Ñaña - Bucket Bag #016
Handmade from skilled artisans, this bucket bag is woven from an all-natural, plant-dyed cactus fiber and uses high quality, vegetable tanned leather.
The Ñaña #016 is bestseller given the classic colors of canyon and white, a combo that compliments just about any outfit.
Modern design meets traditional methods and each bag takes 30 steps to complete. From harvesting the cacti fiber to botanically dying each color, these bucket bags are truly special and one-of-a-kind.
Equally as awesome, each bag helps keep tradition alive, supporting a woman-led collective in remote Ecuador.
How to wear:
This bag could be worn as a smaller, two strap bag for over the fore arm or shoulder or as a longer, one strap cross body bag.
- Ethically handmade from cactus fiber
- Naturally dyed from native plants
- Adjustable natural leather strap
- Large enough to hold an iPad
- No inner lining or pocket
- Due to handmade & dyed nature, each bag is one-of-a-kind
- Size: H 13" x L 11"
- Full strap length: 44"
- Strap length when doubled: 22"
Handmade & One-of-a-kind
Each bag is made by hand, from harvesting and dying the fibers to stitching each piece. As a result, you may find small variations, which is the beauty of handmade objects. Due to the leather's natural finish each hide will keep its distinctive features, such as veins and pores. Please allow the leather time to naturally wear and soften over time.
Partnering with a lively, deeply talented group of 18 women in remote Ecuador, they use over 30 steps to create one bag. From harvesting this mountain cactus to dying the fiber with native barks, berries, and flowers, each bag is one-of-a-kind, and more importantly, keeping the tradition alive.
Every Minga bag has been ethically sourced for a mutually agreed upon, direct trade price and provides work to our artisan partners, a collaborative group of 18 women living in a remote region of Ecuador.