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This soft mesa cloth features symbols of the Ch’unchu, or Inkarri, the sacred mythological being believed to return the decendants of the Inka and the Q’ero people to their previous glory. Weaver Damiana Apaza Samata Of Hapu Q’eros used natural alpaca fiber colors for the various shades of tan, brown, grey and charcoal in this wonderful mesa cloth. She wove the wide bands with the traditional subtle stripes of shades of color, an advanced weaving technique showing her skill. This mesa cloth has a soft “hand”. The earth colors are especially appealing and calming, connecting your heart to the heart of Pachamama’s Andean terrain. 30 x 25 in. 76 x 63 cm. You will receive a photo of Damiana holding this weaving with yur purchase. You can “meet” Damiana in her home with her husband as they request your support by buying their weavings in this video: Q’ero Life in the Andes.