Sebastian Delgado is a farmers market vendor who hails from Colombia and operates My Lola Bag. Delgado sells unique 100% handmade products by indigenous women in Colombia. “They are members of a tribe called the Wayuu tribe who make beautiful, colorful, and high quality crochet woven products,” said Delgado. “We have bags in different sizes, colors, patterns, and styles. Our product list also includes bracelets, and sandals which are very popular now.”

Delgado describes each Wayuu bag as exclusively hand-woven by one of the many women of the Wayuu tribe. Serving as leaders of their household is a characteristic of the Wayuu women. They dedicate their lives to teaching their daughters and sons the traditions and skills of weaving the Wayuu bags.

My Lola Bag markets the bags as perfect for any season and an ideal last-minute or thinking of you gift. “We are proud to support and represent this unique ancestral art and culture from our country,” said Delgado. Follow Delgado’s company on Facebook and Instagram @mylolabag.