Traditional weaving

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Traditional weaving in Peru. The main clothing craft of Quechua people - Nationalclothing.org Peru, Mexico, Inca, America, Carnaval, South America, Tiwanaku, Guatemala, Culture

Traditional weaving is an extremely important craft for Peru. The locals have been using woven garments and household items for thousands of years by now. And there’s even more to it. The native language of Andean people is Quechua, and originally it was an oral language, so Andeans needed some instrument to save and pass the stories, local history, and their thoughts and ideas to the next generations of just other communities. The woven textiles became a mean of communication between people…

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The inabel is one of the many prides of the Ilocos region in the Philippines. “Abel” is the Ilocano word for weave, and “inabel” can be interpreted to mean any kind of woven fabric. In the world of weaving however, inabel is particularly used to refer to textile that is distinctly Ilocano in origin. We are proud to off Weaving, Quilt Sewing, Basket Weaving, Fabric Patterns, Weaving Designs, Weaving Textiles, Textile Patterns, Woven Fabric, Cotton Yarn

The inabel is one of the many prides of the Ilocos region in the Philippines. “Abel” is the Ilocano word for weave, and “inabel” can be interpreted to mean any kind of woven fabric. In the world of weaving however, inabel is particularly used to refer to textile that is distinctly Ilocano in origin.

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