Hmong Cotton Folding Clutch

You’ll love it because: Make heads turn with this upcycled folding clutch beauty featuring vintage Hmong embroidery panels and soft naturally-dyed indigo cotton.

Price:

$30.00

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Description

Slow, responsible production means using everything! This lovely folding clutch is made by our team at the Living Crafts Centre using remnants of vintage Hmong embroidery panels and naturally-dyed indigo cotton woven by Tai Lue artisans.

Added details include a zip closure and comfortable leather wrist straps. The result is an upcycled beauty.

Additional information

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Color

Blue

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Made by Hmong
Hmong

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