SacredWeavings

Sacred woven products from Peru

New York, United States

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Announcement    To all visitors to our shop, sincere thanks for coming to see us today. We dedicate ourselves to helping everyone reconnect with Pachamama, and we look to the indigenous communities of our roots for guidance.

The artisans who create the textiles in this shop are from the Chawaytiri and Amaru communities in Peru, as well as craftspeople in the Cusco area who make our macrame jewelry and handbags. They put their energy into their products, and we know that when you take one home for yourself, you are accepting that energy and sacred wisdom into your life.

Each and every purchase in this shop helps keep these traditional crafts alive, and we appreciate you taking the time to look around.

Aho!

*Care Instructions for Our Wool and Wool-blend Products*

Our wool and wool-blend products require special care. Do not machine wash or dry these products as it will distort the weave and fit.

Wash by hand in cold water with gentle detergent. Lay flat to dry.

You can also dry clean these products.

Announcement

Last updated on Jun 22, 2021

To all visitors to our shop, sincere thanks for coming to see us today. We dedicate ourselves to helping everyone reconnect with Pachamama, and we look to the indigenous communities of our roots for guidance.

The artisans who create the textiles in this shop are from the Chawaytiri and Amaru communities in Peru, as well as craftspeople in the Cusco area who make our macrame jewelry and handbags. They put their energy into their products, and we know that when you take one home for yourself, you are accepting that energy and sacred wisdom into your life.

Each and every purchase in this shop helps keep these traditional crafts alive, and we appreciate you taking the time to look around.

Aho!

*Care Instructions for Our Wool and Wool-blend Products*

Our wool and wool-blend products require special care. Do not machine wash or dry these products as it will distort the weave and fit.

Wash by hand in cold water with gentle detergent. Lay flat to dry.

You can also dry clean these products.

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About SacredWeavings

Sales 33
On Etsy since 2020
Video summary: Our scarves come from the Amaru Weavers. Here you can see exactly how they work.

In our shop, we sell 100% alpaca wool products handmade in Peru.

The Sacredweavings shop by Pachamama's Connections is part of a long journey.

The shop's founder, Rossana, is a Peruvian woman who moved to the US as a child and grew up in New York. As an adult, she began to rebuild her connection with her Andean roots. Part of this process was rediscovering her ancestors' relationship with Mother Nature, the cosmic mother of every thing. In Quechua, this concept is called "Pachamama."

On her travels back to Peru, she established ties with communities of local weavers: the Hilaria family in Chawaytiri and the Amaru women. Our aim with the Sacredweavings store is to bring these truly sacred woven goods to more people.

Everything we sell is handmade, which means that you feel the energy of the artisans in each piece. 80% of the price goes to the purchase of these goods in Peru. We spend 10% on customs to bring them into the US, and the last 10% is invested into our future natural healing centers in New York state and in Peru.

You can learn more about our guided natural healing experiences at our website, www.pachamamasconnections.com. We invite you to join us if you are nearby!

Shop members

  • Rossana Tello

    Owner

Production partners

  • Amaru Weavers

    Pisac, Peru

    The Amaru women are traditional weavers in Peru. They produce the 100% alpaca wool yarn, dye the threads, and weave these textiles on looms in their community.

  • Artisans of Peru

    Lima, Peru

    This shop buys handmade goods from local artisans.

  • Chawaytiri Weavers

    Pisac, Peru

    This family has been weaving textiles for generations, and your purchases help keep their traditions alive.

  • Shipibo Konibo

    Loreto, Peru

    The Shipibo Konibo textiles are handmade by a beautiful family of the Inca Shipiba Center in Loreto, Peru. Their textiles represent visions in connection with sacred plants.

Shop policies

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Last updated on Aug 29, 2021
Frequently asked questions
Why don't you accept returns?

The money you use to purchase the items in this shop goes directly to the indigenous communities we work with. We cannot take back this money once given.

However, if an item is defective, please contact us so that we can reach a solution.