We have been extremely moved by all the children who surround us on a daily basis. We have become accustomed to running workshops with interruptions of baby sounds and children
modeled by one of our students! We were excited to see how much Ajkem’a Loy’a has been experimenting with new color palettes, and even new scarf designs (with a variety
As I was editing some of our videos I started to attract several of the children from Ajkem’a Loy’a to the desk in which I was sitting. They were content
Candice, Eileen, Jeremy, Stacy, Trey started off their first workshop with everyone sharing the clothing and accessories they had been asked to bring along and explain why the brought them.
This slideshow documents the current inventory in Ajkem’a Loy’a’s store in San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala. Roll over “Notes” for details on materials, size, and prices.
One thought on “The first weaving experiments”
Ah, beautiful! I particularly like the first and last images – am intrigued by that complex pattern! Where have you been working?