“Q’ero men wore scarves made predominantly of brown camelid fiber, with spin stripes and three evenly spaced groups of colored stripes. The scarves have four selvedges with a bright-red or pink wool fringe added to each end, of the kind typical on festival bags and dance slings.”

John Cohen, Hidden Threads of Peru


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Willka Yachay and Q’eros families have formed a cooperative to share their traditional weavings at a just price in Peru and abroad. Profits from fair trade sales are reinvested in the community. Willka Yachay helps generations perpetuate the ancient and beautiful textile tradition at the heart of Q’eros culture while enhancing family and community economic security.

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Dimensions 53 × 5.5 cm

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