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Andean Spinning by Nilda Callanaupa Alvarez
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Andean Spinning

by Nilda Callanaupa Alvarez

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Discover a new world of spinning with Nilda Callanaupa Alveraz Andean Spinning with Nilda Callanaupa Alveraz Learn how to spin in a whole new way with this spinning workshop video. Whether you are brand new to spinning or are a seasoned student, there is something engaging and appealing for everyone. Nilda Callanaupa Alvarez, a native of Peru, has become known in her own country and throughout the world as a champion for traditional Andean textiles. With the simplest of tools, Andean spinners create yarn for their exquisite knitted and woven textiles with aweinspiring skill and speed. In this spinning video , Nilda introduces us to the spinning techniques and traditions of the Andes , from fiber preparation to finishing.

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