Audrey holds up the handiwork of Paola, the woman sitting on the ground with the corn. These traditional blouses can take up to a month to complete and are sold for $55-$120, depending upon the detail of the design and quality of the materials. They are hand woven and can supposedly last for up to 20 years.
Taken in the village of Panicuy outside Guatemala City, Guatemala.
Read more about our visits to Kiva microfinance borrowers in Guatemala.
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