Claire Le Pape, assise devant son métier à tisser. Elle tisse un rouleau avec du fil noir en nylon et du fil meé
Pitumarca Weaving Community, member of the CTTC.
Pitumarca is known as the ‘Textile Capital of the Andes.’ They weave perhaps the finest and most technically complicated textiles in Peru. They are perhaps the only weavers in the world who continue to weave ‘ticlla’ (discontinuous warp and weft), a technique only invented and used by pre-Columbian cultures of Peru, specifically the Paracas and Nazca. They are well known locally but less well known internationally.
Centro de Textiles Tradicionales Del Cusco, Peru (CTTC) - Founded in 1996 by indigenous weavers of the Cusco region and international supporters, to save, promote and spread the Peruvian traditional textile knowledge
Handspun & handwoven textiles, all dyed with natural dyes.
The Weaving Center of the Association "Munay Ticlla" (beautiful weaves)
Natural Dyers & Weavers Cooperative of Seraya Traditional Textile Artisan
Weaving group Karya Sari Warna Alam in Seraya - East Bali
Pak Karya is hanging a skein of cotton yarn dyed yellow with Pomegranate skins (grenades)