This Macana Scarf is made by Piedad Ulloa and his family in Bulcay, a small town in the Ecuadorian Andes. They create unique macanas starting with the dyeing of the threats following by the selection of the threat to create the design they want, to finish with the weaving of the macana in a waist wooden loom called Macana.
For this piece, they choose to design a continuous design of what they call rainy mountains. Dying the threats with ash they take from burning wood they combine the gray and white threats to create this scarf.
This scarf Is made of 100% Cotton, providing a soft touch and silky texture. Because of the nature of this fiber, you feel warm in the winter and safe from a chilly breeze in the summer.