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Ilaria Machacca Apaza hand spun alpaca fibers. She then dyed the yarns using all natural vegetable dyes – a difficult and time-consuming process. The symbols of sacred Chun’chu dancers in the center band, outer bands of Inti (sun, light), and wide bands of crop rows in between create a story of the Q’ero people’s intimate relation with Pachamama. The components of this textile reflect the overall balance and harmony expressed in the Q’ero cosmovision of the world. Use as a beautiful table runner or shawl or altar cloth. 19 inches x 34 inches plus fringe at both ends. 48 x 87 cm plus fringe. Your purchase includes a photo of Ilaria holding your new textile.
Watch the story of how your textile was created in the Q’ero Nation and it’s journey to your hands and heart. Weaving the the Q’ero Nation
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