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Medium coca bag of pure alpaca worn and natural plant dyes in gentle hues reflecting the gentle nature of the Q’ero people. The center band of muted green and pink features the sacred Chunchu dancers of the Amazon, which represent the return of Inkarri to revive the greatness of the Q’ero people. The two side bands feature sacred Inti symbols of the mid-day sun, which also represents the sacred light of the universe. This lovely bag of hand-spun alpaca yarns was woven by weaver Gregoria Sucle of the small village of Yanaruma in the Hapu Q’eros Nation. A photo of the young weaver is included with your purchase. Your purchase helps her, her family, and her community.
8 x 8 in. plus 6 in. fringe. 55 in. woven strap.
20 x 20 cm. plus 15 cm. fringe. 140 cm. woven strap.