ARTISANS OF CHAQUIRA

Chindoy Juagibioy Family

Sibundoy, Putumayo

Abuela: Concepción Juagibioy Juagibioy 

HIja: Dolores Juagibioy 

Hija: Carmen Chindoy Juagibioy 

Faithfull to her tradition Faithful to her tradition, grandmother Concepcion Juagibioy takes the accounts between her tireless hands and with a gesture of thanksgiving, she gives Dolores, her eldest daughter an inheritance that is part of the history of the times, the same that has been told with yarns and colored nuggets that have been part of the skins of men and women. Carmen is the youngest of her daughters, but they all add up every year along the paths of the Sibundoy culture. In an unsuspecting conversation, while one of the daughters sharpened their threads, it was learned that the early matron began the routes of weaving and that she went through the nooks and crannies of the region to exchange her handicrafts in the city of Pasto and to transmit the meanings, colors and symbols of the Kamëntsá people.

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