In San Juan La Laguna you will find different associations of women, who with their weaving hands make different works of art using ancestral techniques, in the different associations you will be able to appreciate the whole process and the techniques they use to make textiles with traditional colors and also exist Associations where they carry out tours for the demonstration of the plants that are used to obtain the different colors and the dyeing process of cotton threads that are used to make the fabrics.
We leave you the list of Crafts Associations where you can learn about the fabrics they make !
The main work of these weaving women is the elaboration of typical handmade garments such as natural dye products, which use raw materials from the place such as flowers, leaves, bark of a variety of trees, fruits, medicinal plants, recycled fabric and Chemical fabric.
We are a group of people who are dedicated to the production of jasper (Ikat) handmade products.
At Casa Flor Ixcaco you can learn about the process of making handmade clothing in conjunction with caring for the environment, which has been a Mayan tradition that has been practiced to date. At Casa Flor Ixcaco it's about community, family, quality, value and heritage. Rare but critical fabric for economic, cultural and domestic sustainability.
Visit us in san juan to learn about: Cotton spinning, organic natural dyes and backstrap weaving. We take bespoke commission for international sales and offer wholesale Prices.
Learn about the different leather crafts made with Tz'utujil hands. High quality crafts that narrate tradition and have a value of expression of identity and culture.
We are a group of 40 women who are dedicated to the process of dyeing threads in natural colors and which are later transformed into beautiful fabrics with designs from the community. Our organization began in 1971, as a group of women, becoming an association in 2002. It is sustained through the sales of our products.
We are a group of Tzutujil women who seek the preservation of our culture through the production of textiles in natural dye.
Textiles handmade by Mayan women, using the ancestral technique of natural dyeing, extracted from plants and made of cotton.
Cooperativa de Artesanías Maya offers textiles made by Juaneras hands.
We are a group of women who create handmade crafts with recyclable materials that help preserve the environment. We offer different types of yarn products, dyes and traditional products.
We are a community cooperative committed to improving the social and economic development of our associates through the commercialization of handmade products and crafts.