ENEDITA ROMAN. The Loom Route.
In the Secano Costero de Pumanque, sheep wool is worked, from the spinning to the loom. This textile designer, researcher, lover of the ovine wool and weaving tradition, as she demonstrated in her book Los Colores de mi Tierra (2018), aroused her interest in this heritage trade during her childhood. 10 years ago she immersed herself completely in this activity, learning from the teacher Sonia Díaz, one of the most recognized cultists in the region. In addition, he acquired enlightened knowledge during his time at the University, allowing him to mix peasant science with academic science. Spinning with use, weaving with wooden, pedal and table looms and with a strong vocation for teaching, Enedita keeps alive the textile memory of her people, honoring the sheep farming of her land, promoting her cultural heritage everywhere.
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