Indigo Fabric with Vintage Patterned Huipil Fabric Fanny Pack #4
- Beautifully and ethically handmade in Guatemala
- 2 front zippers!
- Indigo and Vintage Huipil Fabric
- Adjustable strap one size fits most!
- hand embroidered
- Hidden back pocket with zipper
The king of dyes and the dye of kings, indigo—that amazing blue dye—is native to Guatemala. Although it is a common belief that the Spanish brought indigo (añil) to the Americas with the conquest, there is pre-Hispanic anthropological evidence that tells us otherwise. This evidence demonstrates that the Mayas used indigo to create Mayan blue, a pigment that they developed in the late pre-Classic period, 1900 BC to 200 AD. The color can be found in pottery, murals and archaeological remains throughout Mesoamerica.
Model wearing Indigo bag to show size.