Wild Fibers Frühjahr 2014
Aus dem Inhaltsverzeichnis
- Traditional Tastes On a Luxury Budget - In Kyrgyzstan
For thousands of years the nomads of Central Asia canvassed the mountains with
their herds of sheep, goats, camels and yaks. Torie Olson visits the Kyrgystan's
premiere yurt maker.
- Máximo Laura
Raised in the highlands of Peru, Má Laura has earned international
acclaim for his uniquely inspired weaving designs based on ancient Andean folklore.
- A Pride of Weavers
More than 500 weavers gather in Cusco, Peru, for the Tinkuy de Tejodores, a
coloful celebration of indigenous weaving traditions from South America
- Reflections on the Tinkuy
Quiet moments and happy faces from the Tinkuy de Tejodores.
- Securing a Warm Future in Pangong
After several years of training and determination, the nomadic women in
Pangong are ready for their own cashmere community centre.
- The White Palace
Wild and Wooly! Feltmaker Janice Arnold creates stunning masterpieces that
completely envelop the human body.
- iCan Feltmaking Help Save Mongolia's Snow Leopards?
Sharon Costello reports on her workshop in Mongolia as part of a unique
collaborative effort to help save the endangered snow leopard.
- Lost in Translation
Sometimes it's not what you say, but how you say it!
Letzte Änderung: 5.10.14
durch Alexandra Weikert
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