4 Bags from Guatemala you won't be able to resist that create jobs

You can never have too many bags. And we've got plenty to choose from in our Fair Trade Shop; whether it's purses, clutches, totes, or weekender bags. The artisan co-op, Mayamam Weavers, is a group of women from Guatemala who refuse to leave their home country and families behind to make a living. So they made a way to support themselves and their families while staying in their communities. They weave all of their products by hand on looms using different techniques and tie in their Mayan culture. 

Here's 4 Bags from Guatemala we love and know you will too

1. Weekender Tote Bag in Caramel 

This weekender tote bag is perfect for a day trip or weekend away. Made from sturdy, handwoven cotton with a fabric liner so you know this bag will last you years to come. Also comes in Indigo Blue. 

2. Beach Tote in Stormy Blues and Carousel

If you live near a beach or make it a regular summer vacation, you know a large, sturdy tote bag is a MUST. Handwoven with cotton canvas and lined with waterproof ripstop nylon, this is the perfect bag to hold all your needs for a trip to the beach.

3. Cross Body Bags from Guatemala in Black

Every woman has had that moment in her life where her purse or bag is in her way. Enter the beauty that is cross body bags that allow your hands and shoulders to be free. Made from handwoven cotton with an outside zipper pocket and interior slip pocket. Also, comes in Emerald Green and Cobalt Blue. 

4. Rolltop Backpack in Caramel 

This backpack is made from 100% handwoven cotton both inside and out. It has a wide zippered pocket, side pocket, and fabric liner. The straps are also padded so that you don't get that pinch you experience with most backpacks. It also comes in Indigo Blue. 

Find these and other great bags handwoven from Guatemala in our Fair Trade Shop. 

There's only four days left to order first class mail and receive it by Christmas. 




Kayli Thompson
Kayli Thompson

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Contributing Editor for Jesus' Economy



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