Handwoven by artisans located in a small village located in the outskirts of Yogyakarta, the Pandanus plant is found along the coast of West Bandung in Indonesia. When harvesting the Pandanus plant for basketry, weavers cut away young leaves, strip away the edge and middle sections, and place cuttings outside for drying. Once dry, the weaver can select and cut sections of the harvest to the specific size and shape necessary. Seagrass is incredibly sturdy and made for a variety of uses. This market bag makes a great accessory or shopping basket and is 100% sustainable.
The Kalila basket measures 16.5 inches across and 12.5 inches in height.
Note that the bags may differ slightly from the measurements due to the nature of how they are made.