Unique handmade potholder hotpad from Haiti
Melva A.  (#50031)

Melva A. (#50031)

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The Village of Gonaives is located in northwestern Haiti. Jobs are hard to find, especially for women. One of the few opportunities for underserved women to support themselves and their children is by creating small cottage-style businesses with the help of The Women of Milot Entrepreneurial Network.

This "One-of-a-kind" Pot Holder was made by Melva A. at a training seminars. It's not perfect, but it's beautiful. Practice work is always a gift and they are now for sale. Each is made from scrap fabrics chosen by the ladies.

Each pot holder is double lined on both sides with cotton batting and insulated lining. Outer layers are made from 100% imported cotton fabric.

Machine wash, dry flat.