rug #: 2-105  type:   Peruvian Weaving  origin: Peru  size: 1'11" x 5'1"    This geometric rendering of a traditional Inca calendar design is beautifully executed with a well balanced choice of deep and saturated colors on a warm ground.

rug type: Peruvian Weaving origin: Peru size: x This geometric rendering of a traditional Inca calendar design is beautifully executed with a well balanced choice of deep and saturated colors on a warm ground.

David VanBuskirk, photographer. Acha Alta, Peru where Inca weavers create  complex patterns that celebrate the land: lakes of sacred water, a variety of plants and planted areas. Peruvian weavings are an inspiration for the book "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu: Folk Tales and Stories of Inca Life" by Elizabeth VanBuskirk. For more about Inca weaving also see incas.org

Acha Alta, Peru where Inca weavers create complex patterns that celebrate the land: lakes of sacred water, a variety of plants and planted areas Peruvian weavings

rug #: 2-100  type:   Peruvian Weaving  origin: Peru  size: 3'10" x 5'1"    This uniquely modern variation of traditional Inca design work immediately draws all eyes upon it.  The intense colors of the rays pull the viewers attention to the bright center of this impeccable weaving - making the detailed workmanship of this piece of art almost a secondary thought.  Upon inspection of the details of the weaving, one discovers that the radiant colors of the "rays" pulling you into the center of…

rug type: Peruvian Weaving origin: Peru size: x This uniquely modern variation of traditional Inca design work immediately draws all eyes upon it.

rug #: 2-103  type:   Peruvian Weaving  origin: Peru  size: 3'10" x 5'2"  This geometric rendering of a traditional Inca calendar design is beautifully executed with an amazing choice of mature colors on a white and earthy green ground.  This one of a kind work of art is all handmade with natural materials and vegetable dyes, and was purchased directly from the artisan who produced it.

Peruvian Weaving origin: Peru size: x This geometric rendering of a traditional Inca calendar design.

Mini Medicine Bag/ Pouch/ Tribal/ Hippy/ Chic/ Boho/ by Temple33

Reserved for Julie Mini Medicine Bag/ Pouch/ Tribal/ Hippy/ Chic/ Boho/ Ethnic/ Peruvian weaving fabric

rug #: 2-106  type:   Peruvian Weaving  origin: Peru  size: 1'11" x 5'1"    This runner's geometric rendering of a traditional Inca calendar design is beautifully executed with a cool, well balanced palette of brightly saturated colors on a white ground.

rug type: Peruvian Weaving origin: Peru size: x This runner's geometric rendering of a traditional Inca calendar design is beautifully executed with a cool, well balanced palette of brightly saturated colors on a white ground.

Belt Loom Peru / This little loom with a partially completed belt was made in Chinchero, Peru.

Belt Loom Peru / This little loom with a partially completed belt was made in Chinchero, Peru.

"You Are Here" paper weaving by Peggy Dembicer. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Pichu" (I love Peruvian weaving too). Pinned on "Weaving & Fiber Arts: Favorites."

Inspiration for magazine crafting. "You Are Here" paper weaving by Peggy Dembicer.

A Textile Tuesday Follow-up: Peruvian Weaving | Global Goods Partners

This week we highlight the history of Peruvian Weaving and our ability to incorporate it into our product design!

líneas. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu."  Wonderful use of honeycomb, one of my favorite weaving techniques. (I also love Peruvian weaving.)

Inge Dusi, born in Germany, based in Chile, has used the ‘amarra’ textile technique: originally used in Pre-Colombian textiles & internationally recognized now as Shibori.

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