Created to improve well-being and support the indigenous artisans in Cuzco, this limited run nappy clutch is completely handmade in the Andean highlands of Peru and is sustainable, functional and unique.
Using ancient Incan weaving techniques and lovingly hand-dyed with all-natural, hand-mixed plant dyes, the Cuzco Clutch embraces the unique artwork and traditions of the weavers in the community of Totora in the Pallay Awaq weaving association in the highlands of Peru. The patterns in this clutch represent Mama Qucha – Mother Ocean, and our sustainability goals.
Carry your essential items in a piece of art and history for a seamless nappy change, without having to rummage through a bigger bag.
Photo credits left to right (source Threads of Peru): Jose Hannah, Alliyah Wheaton, Eric Mindling.