Designs For Count Me In: Clothes On The Line
September 30, 2008
What: Bordado Gray Purse
Why: This handcrafted bag is made within the indiginous native villages in Central America. Material is 100% all natural wool. Wool is still in the raw state. Fully lined with 100%cotton. Button closure on top. Three embroidered flowers run along the front side. The 45" shoulder strap may be adjustable for your preference. Inner zipper pouch for personals. Due to natural wool material, color may vary. Bag size measures 11"x14". Products purchased help contribute to the community that hand weave the fabric for these bags.
About the Designer: Julie Acevedo, founder of Clothes on the Line, had traveled to small towns in Central America and could not help but notice the native women still weaving cotton and wool by hand. The tradition still exists today and great products are produced by hand, pesticide and chemical free.
Proceeds to be Donated: 15%
Get Yours: $54.99 @ clothesontheline.com
Count Me In promotes the growth of women owned businesses and is the leading national not for profit provider of online business loans, resources, and community for women entrepreneurs. Beginning in September and continuing through Jan 1st, SheFinds will feature original accessories by independent designers. A portion of each sale will go to Count Me In. With each purchase, you are contributing to the development of women in business.