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Pattern used in Andean textiles, probably representing the mountains

The weaving techniques of the Inca, still in use today: the back strap loom, the natural dyes, the ancient patterns, the products and their history

Tarabuco Weaving

Bolivia, Prayer Rug, Vivienne Westwood, South America, Weaving, Tapestry, Marriage, Draw, Sweetie Belle

One yard of South American Andean fabric - a thin and sturdy fabric perfect for creating home decor, clothing, accessories, and more. This

Aztec Fabric, Peruvian Fabric, Woven, Blue Green Flores, 1 Yard

One yard of South American Andean fabric - a thin and sturdy fabric perfect for creating home decor clothing accessories and more.

Backstrap Weaving- Convergence, Cusco, Comparisons and Contrasts ...

Convergence, Cusco, Comparisons and Contrasts

Repinned by Libby VanBuskirk on "Inca Weaving Patterns." An Inca belt from a village in the Cusco area today, maybe Chinchero. For more information, consult Nilda Callanaupa's books which go into detail about patterns and their meanings.

Repinned by Libby VanBuskirk on "Inca Weaving Patterns." An Inca belt from a village in the Cusco area today, maybe Chinchero. For more information, consult Nilda Callanaupa's books which go into detail about patterns and their meanings.

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One yard of South American Andean fabric - a thin and sturdy fabric perfect for creating home decor, clothing, accessories, and more.

Chiribaya Coca Bag.  Chile or Peru, AD1100 1470.  Large ceremonial coca bag.  13.5 x 11.25 inches.  It is rare for a bag of this type to survive in  ...

Chile or Peru, Large ceremonial coca bag. It is rare for a bag of this type to survive in .