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Tara Backpack
Tara Backpack

Tara Backpack

$62.00

Maya 'Tecun Uman' Design Rug
Maya 'Tecun Uman' Design Rug

Maya 'Tecun Uman' Design Rug

$82.00

Small Sololá Scarves
Small Sololá Scarves

Small Sololá Scarves

$29.00

Floral Blouse Magenta
Floral Blouse Magenta

Floral Blouse Magenta

$55.00

Unique Men's Tie
Unique Men's Tie

Unique Men's Tie

$47.00

Deer Cushion Cover
Deer Cushion Cover

Deer Cushion Cover

$54.00

Handmade Toy - Turtle
Handmade Toy - Turtle

Handmade Toy - Turtle

From $32.00

Sololá Cosmetic Bag
Sololá Cosmetic Bag

Sololá Cosmetic Bag

$40.00

Small Huipil Bag
Small Huipil Bag

Small Huipil Bag

$40.00

Faith Cushion Cover White
Faith Cushion Cover White

Faith Cushion Cover White

$54.00

Mayan Flair Cushion Cover Teal
Mayan Flair Cushion Cover Teal

Mayan Flair Cushion Cover Teal

$54.00

Green, Orange and Blue Placemats (Set of 4)
Green, Orange and Blue Placemats (Set of 4)

Green, Orange and Blue Placemats (Set of 4)

$55.00

Beautiful White and Beige Tablecloth
Beautiful White and Beige Tablecloth

Beautiful White and Beige Tablecloth

$94.00

Dark Red and Gold Cushion Cover
Dark Red and Gold Cushion Cover

Dark Red and Gold Cushion Cover

$54.00

Huipil Tote Pink
Huipil Tote Pink

Huipil Tote Pink

$54.00

Faith Cushion Cover black
Faith Cushion Cover black

Faith Cushion Cover black

$54.00

Elegant Green Gold Cushion Cover
Elegant Green Gold Cushion Cover

Elegant Green Gold Cushion Cover

$54.00

Corte Indigo Kimono
Corte Indigo Kimono

Corte Indigo Kimono

$69.00

Floral Blanket
Floral Blanket

Floral Blanket

$80.00

Multi-Colored Kaqchikel Scarf
Multi-Colored Kaqchikel Scarf

Multi-Colored Kaqchikel Scarf

$28.00

Trama Textiles

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More Than Just Hair: The Meaning Behind the Ways That Guatemalan Women Wear Their Hair
More Than Just Hair: The Meaning Behind the Ways That Guatemalan Women Wear Their Hair

Cross-cultural conceptions of beauty, specifically feminine beauty, are fascinating and telling. For many women, like one Trama Textiles volunteer, visiting another culture always involves some amount (usually quite a bit!) on unique beautification rituals and practices of another country or culture. A volunteer reflects on her observations and learnings about the striking ways in which Guatemalan women adorn and wear their hair; how their hair-pieces and hairstyles are both an extension of their cultural heritage as well as a reflection of their female beauty. 

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Weaving Bliss Into Your Life
Weaving Bliss Into Your Life

Mindfulness, emotional wellness, and meditation--the past few years have witnessed an explosive interest in improving our emotional and spiritual well-being. But did you know that weaving is scientifically proven to boost our happiness levels and allow us to access a meditative state? Read on to find out exactly how weaving can bring bliss into your life.

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Picturing Ixchel, the Mayan Goddess of Weaving
Picturing Ixchel, the Mayan Goddess of Weaving

The ancient Mayan pantheon is expansive. I say 'is', rather than 'was', because for many communities in Guatemala, Mayan beliefs and ceremonial practices are still part of daily life, co-existing alongside the Catholicism that's now the state's primary religion. Active Mayan altars can be found all over the country, including at a number of ruin sites of ancient Mayan towns, like Iximche, near Tecpan.

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