Handwoven Guitar Strap Blue. Vintage Music 60s Folk Blues Retro Hippie Style. Handmade in UK on Mapuche Loom.

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Handwoven Guitar Strap - Locally made one-of-a-kind piece by independent
artist in Scotland, UK.

This guitar strap was handwoven using high quality, brightly coloured 100%
pure cotton with handcrafted authentic leather end tips.

All of my guitar straps are woven by hand, using a traditional weaving
technique introduced by the Mapuche people (originating in Chile, South
America). I use a wooden Mapuche loom, which I also crafted by hand, to make
this unique item.

Beautiful tones of blues, aubergine purple, bold black and natural unbleached
cotton are used in this unique only-one-of-its-kind guitar strap.

The strap is extra comfortable, strong and resistant due to being made from
pure thick cotton. Handmade brown authentic leather end pieces have been
individually cut and crafted to make the strap. The end pieces have two Chicago
screws in each, allowing them to be removed when washing the strap by simply
unscrewing both screws.

The strap is also very flexible and can be rolled up or folded - making it
perfect for gigs, tours and travel.

The guitar strap can be adjusted for length by using the metal adjuster. This
allows the strap to be used at lengths from 89cm to 160cm (35" to 63"),
including the leather end pieces. The width is 5cm (1.95").

Perfect as a gift or treat yourself to this handwoven guitar strap using high
quality cotton and authentic leather which will last.

If you would like a different size, pattern or colour that is not listed in my
shop, please get in touch by messaging me below and I can happily make your
guitar strap to order!

For washing instructions: This item can be handwashed in lukewarm water using
a gentle detergent and dried flat in the shade. Do not wring, but squeeze
gently with a towel to remove any extra moisture if needed. Avoid getting the
leather end pieces wet (simply remove by unscrewing the Chicago Screws)

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