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I found it with my latest Magnitude Shawl.
I had the pleasure of collaborating with Dana, the founder of Pichinku to create beautiful kits for the shawl and we had a lovely chat together where she told us pdru about Pichinku, you can find the recording and summary below! Three talented local artisans Through her job in textile, Dana met Angela, Santusa and Leonarda, three sisters living in a very remote community in Peru.
They have an amazing knowledge in natural dyeing passed down from generations to generations. They are in charge of all the artisanship of Pichinku Yarns while Dana directs the operations.
Throughout Online dating guide years, they have formed a deep friendship working together from their studio near Cusco. Working with local plants only in small batches Using ancestral knowledge, the colors from Pichinku yarns are obtained solely from local plants from Peru.
They use 15 different plants to make their gorgeous color palette.
Most of these plants they harvest themselves and while some are easy to find everywhere, others require to travel to remote areas and make a whole harvesting day out of it. To get these rare plants, they also hire cha who live in these remote areas to harvest and deliver the plants Michigan amateur sex the studio, paying them a fair price.
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Supporting the local community They are many knitters in Peru, Dana says that all women and a lot of men too know how to knit. She likes to leave the studio door open so that local can come in and look at the yarn.
Because Pichinku does very unique artisan yarn, the price point is usually more than they can afford. So Dana decided to drop the price for the local community, and she also accepts payment in goods eggs, peaches… for a few skeins a month per knitter. That perk, she can help out the local community and allow more local knitters to work with Pichinku Yarns!
Want to make your own Magnitude Shawl?