In 2013, Michel Ange left her village in search of work in Port au
Prince. After finding employment and training with Haiti Design Co-Op, Michel was able to grow her beadwork skills. It was very apparent that she was a leader with passion for design and job creation for women! In 2015 she was able to return to her small village, this time with a great mission. She trained 8 women in beadwork techniques, and these are the artisans behind this beautiful necklace. These women now have dignified work through Haiti Design Co-op and Michel Anges’ training.
A simple, hand-woven, glass seed bead necklace with two beaded tassels
Made by artisans in Haiti
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