AFLIMBA partnered with unemployed women in low-income households to be foot soldiers to collect pairs of jeans that are no longer worn from door to door starting in Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda.
The word “Kintsugi” comes from the Japanese art of putting broken pottery pieces back together with gold to imply a metaphor for embracing your flaws and imperfections.
- 15 x 17 x 4 inch
- (Length x Height x Thickness)
- Zip Closure
- Double handles
- Inside small pocket
- Inside is made with African wax fabric
- One front pocket
- Handmade in Rwanda
MATERIAL: It is made in repurposed denim garments in combination with linen upholstery fabric and African wax fabric. Linen is a natural fiber that has its origin in the flax plant. It is often mixed with synthetic fibers to improve its characteristics. It has a slubby texture that is responsible for the alluring feel. It is one of the strongest fabrics with the best durability among all types of upholstery fabric. It does not pill, It is abrasion-resistant. Linen is antibacterial and is resistant to mildew. It is resistant to fading. It is an eco-friendly material.
RETURN: If the delivered limbag doesn’t fit your expectations in terms of quality, a refund is guaranteed.
ABOUT US: AFLIMBA is a creative space for rural artisans based in Rwanda to elevate the craftsmanship in rural communities and improve the livelihood of rural artisans at the same time bringing to life the finest-handcrafted bags, we call them ‘LIMBAGS’. Every purchased Limbag takes us a step closer to providing a financially sustainable life to a rural artisan.