For Moms, by Moms

Because when women thrive,

communities thrive.

Amalia, mother of four.

Martha, mother of one.

Maria, mother of two.


For Mother's Day Delivery, order by Monday, May 3rd
Plus, Enjoy FREE shipping through Monday!

00
:
00
:
00
:
00

Our Top Picks for Mom:

I strive to create minimal and artisanal designs that maintain and celebrate their handmade origin, using local materials.

-Cleo Collantes, Founder of Ori Studio

Sold out

01

02

Our vision is to create wearable art that honors Guatemalan cultural heritage.

- Laura Spillari, Founder of Xibalba Studio

Sold out

Tinte Maya is a cooperative of 25 women in San Juan La Laguna, Guatemala. Each woman in this cooperative has a goal: to be economically independent, take care of our families at home, and respect the natural environment. This is why we work with natural dyes; plants, flowers, leaves and seeds.

- Amalia Mendoza; Coordinator, Tinte Maya Cooperative

Sold out

01

02

Mosqoy Peruvian Textiles partners with Quechua weavers to keep their art and culture alive through the revitalization of authentic hand-woven textiles that use natural fibres and dyes.

-Ashli Akins, Founder of Mosqoy

Sold out

Mosqoy Peruvian Textiles partners with Quechua weavers to keep their art and culture alive through the revitalization of authentic hand-woven textiles that use natural fibres and dyes.

-Ashli Akins, Founder of Mosqoy

Sold out

01

02

Our work provides an opportunity for artisans, particularly women, to earn supplemental income while continuing to live a traditional lifestyle and care for their families. Our dream is that this opportunity will inspire young people to take pride in their cultural heritage and pass it along for centuries to come.

- Ligia Gomez, Project Coordinator at Threads of Peru

Sold out

We are committed to offering textiles that highlight the ancestral weaving techniques of Peru in a sustainable manner. We value, protect and respect the environment by using all-natural materials and producing our products in small batches.

- Rosa Maria Velasco, Founder of Comunidad Local

Sold out

03

Cojolya is a registered non-profit working to improve the lives of Tz'utujil Maya artisans and their families. As a certified Fair Trade organization, Cojolya is dedicated to the conservation of traditional techniques, not as historical relics, but as economically viable sources of employment for our associated women weavers.

- Carina Coché Vásquez, Administrator of Cojolya

Sold out

01

02

We’re a collective of artisans and entrepreneurs co-creating meaningful accessories and a new reality for women and children in rural Guatemala.

-Alli O’Connell, Founder of La Vidacita

Sold out
A focus on Traditional Techniques      
Transparent Pricing    
On Time for Mother's Day  

You have successfully subscribed!

This email has been registered