May 3, 2011


The traditional awayus are colorful practical blankets... women use them to carry their goods and babies. At the market you can see them on the floor with merchandise being displayed on them.
These ladies knit for Fournier at the workshop in Cochabamba, Bolivia. They take the yarn home and knit while watching the kids and doing things around the house.

You can now shop online our collection of children's clothing and accessories for women here!

Sweet Shot Day


  1. How very beautiful! I love the bright colors and patterns. Very cool! Thanks so much for linking up with us at Communal Global. We are thrilled that you came and linked!

  2. I love the bright colors. Very beautiful.

  3. The colors are magnificent and so complementary. Those blankets seem soft and cozy. Thank you for linking up with us at Communal Global. =)

  4. Lovely colors.

    I see you are from Costa Rica. I got to spend a week in your beautiful country last spring.

  5. Gorgeous thank you for sharing!


  6. the colours are simply amazing!! i am so hoping to go to bolivia soon!!
    thanks for your lovely comment - have a lovely day!!

  7. They are so beautiful and I adore the colours! Enjoy your day, my dear. Kisses

    Ps: I’m hosting a stunning Sima Gilady jewelry GIVEAWAY today!

  8. These are gorgeous -- love the bright shades.
    xo Josie

  9. Aww Great souvenirs! Those fabrics are gorgeous! My mum used it! so glad that you show those great Bolivian`s work :)!

    Actually I`m from Lima- Peru and I`m fan number one of Ethnic and colorful patterns!

    Que tengas un bello dia!

  10. Cochabamba is one of my favourite places in Bolivia! The market there is so big and colourful!!


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