Human Traffic Watch

Holiday Shopping Guide: Yahana Bracelet

In Awareness, Human Trafficking, Social Justice on December 7, 2013 at 3:10 pm


Yanaha means “brave” in Navajo. This bracelet is hand-beaded on a traditional Navajo loom and made with high quality seed beads. After the pattern is arranged on the loom, the beads are sewn onto genuine deerskin lining from a local New Mexico leather company. On average, this bracelet takes over six hours to make and stitch! 

When you purchase an Etkie bracelet, you are directly supporting a female Navajo artisan in New Mexico to earn a living wage and gain confidence and independence to achieve her goals.

Additional Information

  • 1” wide
  • 6” long, adjustable band
  • Deerskin lining

Source/Buy: Etkie

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