The Wayuu mochila is woven to communicate the inspiration that the weaver finds in her daily life and surroundings on the La Guajira peninsula. The bold use of color and use of cotton materials separate the Wayuu mochila from those made by the other Indigenous groups of Northern Colombia who use animal wool and natural plants to fabricate their bags. The Wayuu interpretation of the mochila has garnered a reputation as a chic, stylish carry-all for holiday getaways or year-round depending on the chosen color scheme.
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