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A Culture, Made Guayú Backpacks (Wuyúu)

Guayú (Wuyúu) backpacks have history. Legend has it that this technique was revealed by Wale'Kerü (a spider) who taught the community to weave on a moonlit night in exchange for a donkey or a goat. At dawn, the inhabitants of the Ranchería saw the girdles, backpacks and hammocks that the spider had created. Not only did the twisted threads emanate from the mouth of Wale'Kerü, ready to be worked, but also, with his legs, he traveled geometrically shaped surfaces to instruct the designs that the community would decipher and capture.

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