Mayan Worry Dolls
According to legend, Mayan people believe when they tell their troubles to a Worry Doll and place it under their pillow at night in the morning all their worries will be gone!
Guatemalan artisans bind pieces of wood together or twist together short lengths of wire to create a frame and fashion a torso, legs, arms and head. By winding cloth and yarn around the frame, the artisans give the doll shape. They use scraps of traditional woven fabric to make the doll costumes and wind more yarn to create the head, hair, feet and hands.
V.G.C works closely with artisans in Guatemala to help design, produce, market and sell their handmade goods. We create microloan programs with weavers, which provides long-lasting and sustainable assistance to individuals in the communities where their artisans live and work. Through these programs, individuals can earn fair wages, grow their lives and lives of their children.
Please allow two weeks for your order to arrive. The process takes three days for the farmers to cultivate, two days for packaging and five days shipping to our office. Upon arrival we ship the orders out the same day to your homes.
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