Weaving a “Sombrero Aguadeño” (a.k.a. Panama Hat)

We recorded this video today with the artisan cooperative in Aguadas, Colombia. The video below is playing at normal speed. Wow.

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2 thoughts on “Weaving a “Sombrero Aguadeño” (a.k.a. Panama Hat)

  1. My sweetheart Isabella (born in Pereira) bought a sombrero Aquadeno for me… I love it. Could not get audio on the video, but then my Espanol is very rusty…. All the best…James

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