Seven-Day Scarf

Framed by the sprawling slopes of a valley in southern Peru, a small village and its customs have remained unaltered for centuries. The sight of a dishevelled alpaca marks the beginning of the weaving process for the villagers of Patacancha, where skilled female weavers dye the wool and later crisscross the threads to create elaborate, multi-colored textiles, using the ancestral knowledge of the Incas. – Nowness

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