Product Feature of the Week: Handwoven Rwandan Baskets

October 26, 2013 0 Comments

Product Feature of the Week: Handwoven Rwandan Baskets

Brightening your kitchen with a splash of color? Organizing your keys and knick-knacks, perhaps? There's simply no end to the possibilities with these handwoven baskets! They're made from hand-dyed sisal grass in Rwanda and each one has a story.

Take Epiphania, for example. A mother of two, she pays for school materials with the money she earns making baskets. She's just one of the women participating in this income generation project.
So go ahead. Treat yourself to a one-of-a-kind basket. Fill it with fresh apples...or pile it with Halloween candy! And make a purchase that brings freedom and dignity at the same time. 




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