CAROLINA RUZ. The Loom Route.

In the magical town of the azudas, where the water cycle marks the flower and harvest seasons, Carolina Ruz spends several hours a day working sitting in front of her María loom or her Mapuche loom, making beautiful pieces of her creation, unique works of the genius of this woman from Pichidegua. The blows of life led her to this job approximately four years ago, where she has been able to develop her manual skills to weave with sticks, crochet and, mainly, with a loom, just as her great-aunt once did. In this way, Carolina is inserted in the traditional cultural space of sheep wool and its respective fabrics, an activity that has been carried out for centuries in the O'Higgins Region. He is also an active member of the Hilando Sueños Group of his commune.

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