Awamaki provides skills training and market access to to indigenous women weavers in remote high Andean communities
Awamaki uses natural plant dyes in all its sewn and woven goods. Visit our online store to see naturally-dyes products, or visit us in Peru to learn to dye wool yourself.
Volunteers teach new skills to the women of our cooperatives. Collaboration with international designers and volunteers keeps our products innovative.
Frequent traditional festivals add color, music and feasting to life in Ollantaytambo. Come and visit!
Awamaki's weavers live and work in the high Andean community of Patacancha. Come up with us for a half-day or a long weekend to learn about Quechua life and weaving tradition.
Weaver Jesusa and her daughter during a meeting with Awamaki. Skills workshops and access to market through Awamaki allow Jesusa to earn an income to support her young family. These workshops are funded entirely through donations.
Fair trade knit goods for purchase in Awamaki's store in Ollantaytambo. Check out our online store, or even better, visit us in Peru!