sewing the bags

The women of Ajkem’a Loy’a finishing the bags they designed.
Mayda takes charge concerning the patterns and the sewing

Rebecca sewing Romelia’s bag

Hilda and Gloria finishing their bags,
the women made three sizes of the same kind of bag,
Hilda and Gloria are both finishing the smallest version

Sandra assembling the bag she designed

Mayda cutting the pattern for the bag of Catherina


Hilda finishing her bag


Catherina


Romelia showing the fist bag that is finished,
Gloria Raxtun’s bag

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