Soft Alpaca Earth Honoring Mesa Cloth


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This softest-touch mesa cloth features symbols of chili flowers, condors, Inits, and other symbols sacred to the Inka and their descendants, the Q’ero people.  Weaver Gregoria Sucle Apaza is still young but has already distinguished herself to be one of the finest weavers in the region. Gregoria used a variety of natural alpaca fiber colors in various shades of brown, tan, cream, gray, and black in this wonderful mesa cloth. She added a woven binding all around using fine hand stitches. This mesa cloth is exceptionally soft with a remarkably soft “hand.”  Weaver Gregoria  demonstrates her advanced weaving skills in this special mesa cloth.  28 x 22 in.  61 x 56 cm. A photo Gregoria is included with your purchase.

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