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Celeste scarf

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Named after the spokesperson of artisan community 'Tejedores Andinos' Celeste Valero. By naming the products after the important woman that play a crucial role within the communities we work with, we want to honor the important work that they do.

woman hands cleaning the llama wool

Llama wool

The llama wool used in the Celeste scarf is carefully hand-spun and woven by the skilled artisans of Tejedores Andinos, adding a touch of artisanal craftsmanship to every piece. This attention to detail not only enhances the quality of the final product but also preserves the rich tradition of Andean textile craftsmanship.

Tejedores Andinos

Discover the vibrant community of Tejedores Andinos nestled in Huacalera, Jujuy. Beyond a hub for textile artisans, this community embodies a commitment to heritage, connection, and communal values. Rooted in ancient traditions, the weavers are intertwined with nature, promoting economic sustainability for their families and keeping the rich textile traditions alive.

artisan man behind his hand loom in argentina
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Natural dyes

The scarf achieves its varied brown tones through a natural dyeing process using walnut shells. Each hue is carefully crafted by adjusting the soaking time of the fibers in boiling water.

The use of natural dyes aligns with sustainable and environmentally friendly practices. Weavers often extract dyes in ways that minimize environmental impact, promoting a harmonious relationship between their craft and the natural resources around them.

This scarf will only be made on pre order. Place your pre order below!
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