Fabric Long-Stringed Wallet - Lake Natural Fibre | Traditional Craft | Hand Braided Rope
The design inspiration for this wallet comes from the lakes on the grassland, symbolizing peacfulness and clarity. It is mainly made from our traditoinal woolen fabric "Re". Local herders would spin wool fibres into threads, twist threads into ropes, and weave ropes into fabrics, which we would then make wallets out of these fabrics.
The highlight of this product is the edge sewing process called "Noho", meaning spine: it is a complex needling method that involves sewing eight strands of threads into a spine-like pattern. Similar to "Re", this process is ancient, complex, and time-consuming. Therefore, products that feature "Re" and "Noho" are more expensive and have more aesthetical value.
The long strings can be used as a rope knot to fasten the wallet.
Dimensions approximately: 4.3" x 7.1"
Strap adjusts: No
Material: Yak wool, Sheep wool
Color: White, Brown
Care Instructions: Dry wash / Hand wash at low temperature