Purely Natural

Llamas fed by green leaves and flower buds, with a strong fur that protects them from changing highland seasons. Llama shorn wool hand spun and naturally dyed. Between the harvesting of the high mountain grains and feeding the children, the women weave the frazadas at home into recognizable long lines. Stories of storm and sun, of wind and waving grain, changing mountains and regular rainfall. Each line tells its own story. The heavy wool provides warm security when high and cold winds blow at dark cloudless nights up in the Andes.

Hear, feel and experience the Andes, where the Ayamara told their children the colorful stories of 4000 meters, covered under a warm frazada. Nature in its purity.