Mochilas (bag) are the maximum expression of the Wayuu fabric. The Wayuu are an indigenous village that inhabits the peninsula of Guajira in northeastern of Colombia. Within their community men are engaged in raising sheep and planting corn. And the women are weaving hammocks and colorful Mochilas. These are made in crochet, and the elaboration of each piece can take up to twenty days. The wayuu mamakaya mochila, is a handcrafted piece of their traditions, along with the creativity of local artisans who complement each bag with precious crystals assembled one by one making each piece unique and exclusive.