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This handwoven piece of textile was made by a Purepecha weaver from Ahuirán, Michoacán using the ancient technique of a back-strap loom. The loom can be easily transported and allows the weaver the freedom to weave wherever she wants: watching over sheep under the shade of a tree, beside her kitchen while the soup is simmering away or watching her children play in the patio or her home. The loom is fastened between a weaver's waist and a tree or pole. 
It was made from a combination of cotton and silk floss threads. For this reason, there is a slight striped shimmer to the fabric's surface. A rooster's feathers have been carefully fastened into the macramé fringe known as a 'repacejo'.

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