wool and cotton woven hangings collarless pure cotton material shirts cotton trousers woven on a loom woven rugs by traditional methods various woven and knitted ponchos hand made woven jumpers and cardigans various instruments leather, wool and straw hand made hats pure cotton hand embroidered knitted children's clothing hand woven carpet with traditional designs hand embroidered cotton traditionally made bags a variety of products The full range product origins and market stall about my products contact me markets location

We trade with local people in South America who use traditional methods to make all of our items.

Many of the items are handwoven or knitted. We trade with Guatemala, Costa Rica,Panama,Colombia,Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, and many other parts of South America.

The materials used are often derived from natural sources e.g. Tree root in the bags, Llama wool for the ponchos and some jumpers, natural cotton dyed with traditional natural dyes.

The process of making wool hats is shown here.


Buttons and Details Natural seeds from a palm tree are used to make buttons and back massagers.


This shows someone working with Aloe. This is a heavy and strong fibre that can be woven to make hammocks.