Wayuu are known as the people of the sun, sand, and wind and the women of the Wayuu tribe have been hand weaving these bags for generations.
Made of Llama, Alpaca or Sheep, traditional communities in the Andes region use it to carry small children or all kinds of items in it on their backs.
Andino means the people from The Andes, the longest mountain range in the world, land of the Inca Empire, Spanish conquerors and vibrant culture. In their exotic landscapes, Andinos have mastered the creation of beautiful handcrafts like threads, utensils and decoration. The earliest handcrafts were items that served functions in everyday life. Items such as blankets made from llama wool, and tools made of metals.
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