Our weaving tradition is related with an ancestral knowledge that has been inherited generation to generation. Weaving is a fundamental part to our lives linked to our language and traditions. It is fascinating how weaving connect us not only with nature but also with other weavers across the world, creating a universal language that unites us deeply as a big community.
Historically in the civilization, textiles have been used to protect the human being not only from weather or daily life chores, but also they have taken important roles in ceremonies and rituals among cultures, bringing community together. The ancient Zapotec people used to take care of their bodies as if they were sacred temples, for so they would weave their own garments with their finest threads.