When traveling to cloth-weaving villages, there’s generally one “something” that I’m intrigued by or in search for. Three years ago, it was the seemingly rare handspun cotton and handwoven cloth made from the organic natural cotton beige color “ixcaco”, the … Read the rest
Nilda Callañaupa had a vision decades ago. She imagined a museum that would showcase the traditions and textiles of her people, the Quechua descendents of the Incas of the Andean highlands.
There’s a long story behind that vision, but the … Read the rest