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Experience your connection with Pachamama with this unkuna cloth of natural alpaca hair colors. In spite of their simplicity, unkuna or wayaka cloths are remarkably challenging to weave. They carry sacred importance to the Q’ero people. The people bundle sacred coca leaves in these traditional carry cloths. Q’ero men tuck them in their waist belts. Men carry them in their coca bags. This ukuna cloth was woven in the Hapu Q’ero region of natural alpaca fiber in the traditional way by the wife of Sabino Phacsi.. 16 x 16 in. 41 x 41 cm. Your purchase includes a photo of Sabino holding this unkuna cloth.
Learn how your purchase helps the Q’ero people: Q’ero Life in the Andes: A Partnership.
To learn more about Q’ero weaving and watch them spin and weave, watch this brief video: Weaving in the Q’ero Nation.