13 Hours…

That’s how long it can take to hand-weave one of these carpets shone below:


Every carpet displays the color, intricate labor and the African culture of a resilient woman.

Colette is from the Democratic Republic of Congo, but has been living in a refugee camp in Rwanda since 2012.Β  She sells a variety of traditional African handmade products through Handmade Hive’s online marketplace, but her signature product includes her handwoven carpets.

For the walls, the dogs or a day at the park, you’re only limited by your imagination with all the many uses for these mats.

On June 10th from 12-1, you are invited to attend a Meet & Keep at Khineder Creations exclusively featuring the beautiful, one-of-a-kind mats.

The money from every purchase you make from Colette goes directly back to her in Rwanda to help her earn a living and support her family.

You’ll also be hearing about the Truth Home and how you can partner with Khineder Creations and Handmade Hive to help make a difference in the lives of human trafficking survivors in the Lehigh Valley!

Mark your calendars and come join us.

The extraordinary stories of these women will inspire all of us and will make this Meet N Keep a truly memorable one. Join us and become a part of our kinder journey .


It would mean the world to me if you took just a minute to share this post!

Hope to see you on June 10th!

And if you can’t join us and you live in the Lehigh Valley or surrounding areas, I’d love to bring these beautiful mats to you.Β  I’m easy to get in touch with…just email me, message me, tag me, comment below and we’ll make it happen!



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