Colorful Sisal Bags from Kenya are sold at Aina Moja
This beautiful bag is hand made in Kenya by Yatta South.
Yatta South Women's Group is an effort by rural women to improve the quality of their lives through viable economic activities. The main activity for the group is handicraft production using traditional skills.
To make the bags, they harvest the sisal by hand and dye it. Once it’s dried, they weave it into beautiful bags. Each bag is unique!
This Sisal Bag you purchase will last for many years and it helps support the Women’s Group. To see more of their work, stop in at Aina Moja, located on Main Street in Belfast. We are many sales going on throughout the summer
Shop hours are Monday-Wednesday 10:00-3:00 and Thursday-Saturday 10:00-5:00.