Craftswomen from Thailand’s Hmong tribe embroider this bright and richly textured bag with patterns inspired by distinctive paj ntaub (pronounced pahn-DAH-OH), or “flower cloth” textiles. Since the Hmong language had no written form until missionaries introduced it in the 1950s, family histories are often told through these elaborate embroidered and appliquéd textiles. Inner zip pocket. Handmade in northern Thailand. Please allow for variations in each individually created piece.
100% cotton. Handmade in northern Thailand. Please allow for variations in each individually created piece. 16"W at top, 20"W at base x 14 1/2"H. Handles are 2"W with an 11" drop.
I love the product but I was disappointed with the colour of the back ground fabric. It is a lilac colour (not white) so the whole bag looks a little more muted and drab than the photo makes it look, which is too bad. I read a similar comment about another product (colours appear much brigher in the photo than in real life). I guess I will keep it but sure wish it looked as bright as the photo makes it out to be. Not sure if I would recommend this product or not.