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Set of 3 Handloomed Acrylic Hatbands in a Warm Palette - Autumn Thoughts
Autumn Thoughts
Set of 3 Handloomed Acrylic Hatbands in a Warm Palette - Autumn Thoughts
Set of 3 Handloomed Acrylic Hatbands in a Warm Palette - Autumn Thoughts
Set of 3 Handloomed Acrylic Hatbands in a Warm Palette - Autumn Thoughts
Set of 3 Handloomed Acrylic Hatbands in a Warm Palette - Autumn Thoughts
Autumn Thoughts
Set of 3 Handloomed Acrylic Hatbands in a Warm Palette - Autumn Thoughts
Set of 3 Handloomed Acrylic Hatbands in a Warm Palette - Autumn Thoughts
Set of 3 Handloomed Acrylic Hatbands in a Warm Palette - Autumn Thoughts

Set of 3 Handloomed Acrylic Hatbands in a Warm Palette - Autumn Thoughts

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Working with ancient handloom techniques, Lucas Sicay from Guatemala handcrafts a set of three elegant hatbands, all made from acrylic. Featuring a warm palette arranged in a striped pattern, this autumnal creation also features fringes at the ends for a lovely touch.

  • 100% acrylic
  • 0.51 oz
  • Each: 36 inches L x 0.6 inches W
  • Fringe: 5.5 inches L

THE STORY BEHIND THE PRODUCT

Artisan Organization: Lucas Sicay

Country: Central America

"Lucas Sicay is my name, and I am very excited to be able to present myself to you. It fills me with emotion to be part of this great family of artisans, and show a little of what I am passionate about and what has made me so happy.

"I will tell you a little about myself and what has brought me to where I am today, as a human and as a craftsman. I grew up in a very humble family, with few resources. However, my mother always did her best to give us the best. We had the essentials, a roof and food on our table, and that for us was already a luxury.

"I worked from a very young age, and I knew that I had to put hard work and effort into things if I wanted to get ahead. Not having received the education that every child should have in their childhood, this was harder than I thought. However, I did not give up. I spent days without having anything to eat--it was a nightmare. Many days I had to trick my stomach and simply sleep so as not to feel hungry anymore; they were difficult times." "

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