Isasuma

100% Handmade Mochilas and Face Mask from Colombia

Easton, Pennsylvania

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Announcement    December 19th, 2020
~Notice of Delivery Service Impacts~
USPS is experiencing unprecedented volume increases and limited employee availability due to the impacts of COVID-19.
The postal service appreciates your patience and remains committed to delivering the holidays to you.

Sincerely,

Andrea from Isasuma

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 19, 2020

December 19th, 2020
~Notice of Delivery Service Impacts~
USPS is experiencing unprecedented volume increases and limited employee availability due to the impacts of COVID-19.
The postal service appreciates your patience and remains committed to delivering the holidays to you.

Sincerely,

Andrea from Isasuma

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About Isasuma

Sales 958
On Etsy since 2019

Sitting. Contemplating. Breathing. Sometimes that’s all it takes to reconnect and remember why we do what we do.

It all began with a couple of trips to La Guajira, Colombia where we were faced with a challenged yet beautiful community who welcomed us with open arms and let us in to be messengers to the world of their social-economical issues. They are the Wayuu people and their strong women. The strongest we would say. These entrepreneur leaders who stole our hearts and that carry the weight of their hungry families and hopes of a better tomorrow through their weaved, crocheted and embroidered patterns.
Talented hands that weave their dreams into beautiful handbags, hummocks and other accessories, treating each piece as a canvas that holds their ❤️ and passion!

And so Isasuma LLC was born to support and carry their beautiful creations beyond seas and let more people know about them and how we could all come together to support and empower small and at risk communities such as the Wayuu Tribe. The lack of governmental support and a harsh deserted environment make their craft probably their only sustainable economic way out of deadly hunger and thirst.

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  • Andrea

    Assistant, Customer Service, Photographer

    A passionate artist! Lover of all things handmade and ethically sourced.

  • Curt Weihz

    Owner

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