Multicolored, Double Closure, Backpacks
This unique backpack has two Quechua symbols.
The bag has the Inti symbol. Inti is known as the Sun God in Incan beliefs. The Sun God, like all of the other gods and goddesses, is based on an element of nature.
The flap of the backpack has the symbol of the potato flower. There are thousands of heirloom varieties of potatoes within the Andes. Potatoes are of huge importance to the Quechua peoples diet.
Height: 15.00 inches
Length: 14.00 inches
Width: 14.00 inches
Handwoven using cotton and alpaca's wool. Backpack straps are handwoven using an alpaca blend textile.
Color of thread is dyed by hand using natural fibers of wood, leaves or flowers. This bag is durable but also has a delicate and intricate design(s) woven into its fabric.
Double closure: cinch closure with tassel ties and a button closure flap.
A button closure front pocket, great for the little things required for life's travels.
Each bag is designed with mixed manta textiles.
Quechua people are the weavers behind each bag Serena Vibes offers. The Quechua people live within the Andes Mountain. They spend 45 days or more to hand weave a manta (blanket) which is used to create several items including this unique backpack.