Motorcycle Travel Series by @velimir 'Old Craft'(Part #709)

in crafts •  3 months ago 

'Old Craft'

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Making cloth, the old way. It must be really interesting for tourists to watch. :)





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Here is the concept old is always gold. Your post give us good ideas always.

It is a wonder that these handcrafted looms can be preserved, and that people can observe their art. In Venezuela there are some places where it is conserved as a practice. There is a famous loom town where they make tapestries, hammocks, clothes, etc, called "Tintorero". And the surviving indigenous communities, like the Wayú, also continue to make their clothes and tapestries.