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Farmers Market Archive
Thursday
Jul042019

Maat Mons at the Mill City Farmers Market

Manola “Nola” Suvannarad, owner/maker of Maat Mons, debuted at the Mill City Farmers Market in June.  She creates "bags and goods for going places and doing things."

June 29, 2019 Mill City Farmers Market

Her product line includes totes, hip bags, wallets and pouches. Every item is made by hand (see the video at the end of this post), and Manola stands behind her work. All items have a lifetime warranty.

June 29, 2019 Mill City Farmers Market

June 29, 2019 Mill City Farmers MarketPouches can be hand held, or slip a leather strap thru a loop on the backside.

June 29, 2019 Mill City Farmers MarketHip bags

June 29, 2019 Mill City Farmers MarketTote options included both waxed and unwaxed canvas, brass and copper hardware, heavy cording and natural untreated leather.

Manola will return to the MCFM on September 7, but in the mean time you can find her on Facebook (her posts have a sense of humor about them) and Instagram, in addition to the website.  Email: hello@maatmonsmpls.com.

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