Browse Items (94 total) Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Browse Map of 10 Next Page Sort by: TitleCreatorDate Added Women Clothing This skirt, called a pollera, may be worn in multiples and is made of hand-spun plain weave wool or, sometimes, commercial fabric. Tags: Carnival, Chinchero, Festival, Women Dancing Jakimas Young girls are first exposed to these ideas in childhood, when they begin making jakimas (narrow woven ribbons) Tags: Chinchero, Jakimas Winding To wind, skein, and ply, single strands of yarn are first rolled into balls, and then skeined and washed. Mayu Ley This design represents a river using the ley technique. Water is vital for sustaining life and is represented in weavers' designs in many different ways . Tags: Mayu Ley Loraypu This design signifies a field or furrow. A furrow is a trench created by using a plow. Tags: Agriculture, Furrow, Loraypu Taclla Q’enqo This design is a zig zag pattern that symbolizes a single-bladed plow. Tags: Accha Alta, Agriculture, Taclla Q’enqo Rosas Tika This design refers to rose flowers. Tags: Accha Alta, Rosas Tika, Rose Flowers Pacay This design represents the pacay fruit. Tags: Accha Alta, Fruit, Pacay Rosas T’ica This design means rose flowers. Tags: Accha Alta, Flowers, Rosas T’ica Quinray T’ika This design refers to a flower from the other side. Tags: Accha Alta, Flower, Quinray T’ika of 10 Next Page Featured Item Rosas Rosas means roses in Spanish, and that is what this design shows.