Hand Woven Barware(35 items)
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The coasters are beautifully made with fabulous colors. They were wrapped just as beautifully with a wonderful hand written note. I will definitely order from rhem again.
Theses were for my daughter. She loved them! They were well made. And colors were so k enough to work also!!
Carmen Ruiz Zapotec woven cotton apparel and accessories
"My parents taught me how to weave when I was 15 years old, and the first piece I worked on was a rebozo shawl, which I gave to my mom as a Mother's Day gift."
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Popular Hand Woven Barware
Fair Trade Purple Cotton Patchwork Coasters (Set of 6), "Lahu Purple"$34.99
Woven by hand in the style of Thailand's Lahu people, geometric motifs appear in colorful cotton. Artisans from Thai Tribal Crafts create this beautiful set of six coasters. Lahu women often augment their family's income with textile crafts, including this type of patchwork appliqué.
Please note: As this item is handmade, colors and motifs may vary slightly. The overall theme will remain the same.
Handwoven Lahu Hill Tribe Red and Green Cotton Coasters, "Festivities"$23.99
Woven by hand in the style of Thailand's Lahu people, geometric motifs appear in colorful cotton. Lahu textiles are distinguished by patchwork appliqué, and in their weaving, the pattern appears only on one side of the cloth. Artisans from Thai Tribal Crafts create this beautiful set of six coasters. They are a personal expression of the individual artisan, thus the color and motif could vary slightly from that pictured.
Pine Needle Coasters in Espresso from Nicaragua (Set of 4), "Espresso Coils"$23.99
By Nicaragua's Tamara Pereira, this set of four coiled coasters will make a stunning addition to your home. Pereira works with natural pines needles to hand-weave the set. Acrylic thread in espresso completes the set.
Multicolored Zapotec Style Woven Wool Coasters (Set of 6), "Zapotec Diamond"$44.99
Preserving the Zapotec weaving tradition, Mario Chavez creates these beautiful coasters. The set of six coasters is woven on a traditional pedal loom from wool yarns tinted with all-natural dyes. Like miniature Zapotec rugs, the coasters feature a complex diamond pattern in bright red, black and amber.