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This technique takes up to 2 months to be ready. The Wayuu weaving of a single thread is characterized by a very narrow and neat appearance. We find in this, consistent and precise patterns. The fabric has a dense appearance, with a very fine, delicate and elegant effect. This makes the finished garment more durable and resistant.
They usually come with a "paleteada" strap.
With this technique a bag takes up to 2 or 3 weeks to be ready. Its structure is thicker, its firmness is variable and its patterns have a beauty and authenticity that is difficult to find in other woven bags. Therefore, it is rare to find two bags exactly the same. Two threads mochilas are the most popular and can be made with a "paleteada" or woven strap.
The paleteada strap is more consistent, does not deform over time and its weave is more intricate. The designs are very varied and made with the same colors of the bag. The size that is placed in a mochila ranges from 90 to 110cm in total. And the size in a tote bag it is approximately between 40 and 50cm in total.
The woven strap is a long, narrow strip of fabric that is woven using the crochet or hand-knit technique. These strips often have geometric patterns and elaborate designs that reflect the rich cultural tradition and worldview of the Wayuu community. Each strap size is about 90 and 120cm total and is used for mochilas, belts,etc.
Those enchanting adornments that sway and dance with a touch of elegance, have graced clothing and fabrics across cultures and centuries. These decorative ornaments are more than just embellishments; they are woven with a rich tapestry of history and cultural significance.
This central element not only adds structural integrity to the bag but also provides a canvas for the intricate patterns that tell stories of tradition and identity. The circular base, combined with the skillful use of colors and patterns, results in a one-of-a-kind accessory that reflects the rich culture and history of the Wayuu community.