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The Lake Atitlan, Guatemala studio where Grain's threads are naturally dyed. Photo: Kristen Marie Parker

The Lake Atitlan, Guatemala studio where Grain's threads are naturally dyed. Photo: Kristen Marie Parker

The Lake Atitlan, Guatemala studio where Grain's threads are naturally dyed. Photo: Kristen Marie Parker

The Lake Atitlan, Guatemala studio where Grain's threads are naturally dyed. Photo: Kristen Marie Parker

Tz'utujil Maya woman from Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala. Goes with lectura opcional 1 (p. 92).

Tz'utujil Maya woman from Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala. Goes with lectura opcional 1 (p. 92).

The Lake Atitlan, Guatemala studio where Grain's threads are naturally dyed. Photo: Kristen Marie Parker

The Lake Atitlan, Guatemala studio where Grain's threads are naturally dyed. Photo: Kristen Marie Parker

The Lake Atitlan, Guatemala studio where Grain's threads are naturally dyed. Photo: Kristen Marie Parker

The Lake Atitlan, Guatemala studio where Grain's threads are naturally dyed. Photo: Kristen Marie Parker

The Lake Atitlan, Guatemala studio where Grain's threads are naturally dyed. Photo: Kristen Marie Parker

The Lake Atitlan, Guatemala studio where Grain's threads are naturally dyed. Photo: Kristen Marie Parker

The indigenous Mayan women of the province of Solola, near Lake Atitlan continue to weave their traditional blouses, shawls, and skirts from handspun and naturally-dyed cotton on backstrap looms. Featured at the 2012 Santa Fe Folk Art Market.

The indigenous Mayan women of the province of Solola, near Lake Atitlan continue to weave their traditional blouses, shawls, and skirts from handspun and naturally-dyed cotton on backstrap looms. Featured at the 2012 Santa Fe Folk Art Market.

Step back in time in Guatemala

Step back in time in Guatemala

A strong Maya tradition pervades this Central American country, where women weave traditional textiles and men make offerings to mystical wooden idols.

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