Wayuu unicolor woven cotton backpack. The backpacks are handmade by the native Wayuu people. The backpacks are crocheted (technique introduced by Catholic missionaries in the early twentieth century).
SUCHO, Traditional Backpack Wayuu unicolor, 100% Handmade
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Details and Care
To wash the backpack, we recommend that you avoid using the washing machine, but if necessary, we recommend placing it in a bag meant for sensitive garments and using the setting for delicate garments. It is recommended that you avoid using bleach or acids when cleaning the backpack in order to maintain its color. To conserve the stiffness of the fabric, we recommend dry-cleaning the backpack. Keep in mind that if you have a backpack with tassels, you can use a thin bristle comb to preserve their shape.