First, your child plays with it, and then you are free to turn it into home decor, accessories, or whatever your creative mind comes up with!
7 mini woven baskets
14 woven balls
Colors: Pink, red, purple, green, orange, yellow, blue
Shade of the woven balls: Dark, light
Possibility of customization
Grass, Raffia Palm
* WEAVING WORKING TIME
* DIMENSIONS (approx.)
14cm high (including string)
14cm diameter in the center
Mini woven baskets: 12cm
* STORAGE OF WOVEN BALLS (approx.)
Basket: 23cm high (including lid)
Supports local Communities in Rwanda
Strong and long lasting
Open-ended toys are those that can be used in a variety of ways depending on the children, the day, their imagination, and desire. They foster play, creativity, and imagination. These encourage imaginative play as your child grows and finds NEW ways to use the SAME toy.
Encourages exploration and engagement with new ideas
Nurtures their cognitive development and creativity
Develops better social skills and relationships
Trains them to be independent and enjoy their own company
It offers a relaxed environment where kids can freely make mistakes
Captures their attention longer
Buy less, play longer
Covers a variety of age groups
Requires NO Guidance
AGE: From 36 months
Our baskets were made by a group of women basket weavers (mothers and grandmothers) in the Northern Province of Rwanda, so you can be sure of their exceptional quality. And since they are handmade, expect some differences in size and pattern.
Woven baskets are made from two types of grass: a thicker, stronger grass for the structure and a finer, softer grass for the weave.
Don't hesitate to buy them as gifts for your loved ones.
Weaving requires a lot of precision and patience. It usually takes about six days to complete the baskets, in between other household tasks. The income generated will help the women cover their daily expenses, school fees and even teach this ancient skill to other women and preserve the Rwandan tradition.
To enjoy your baskets for many years, be sure to : Wipe them down with a slightly damp cloth to clean them. Do not leave them in direct sunlight (this preserves the beautiful colors longer).