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Jolom Mayaetik Web Page And Address

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This appendix presents Jolom Mayaetik web page and address. The growth of the Jolom Mayaetik Cooperative and the Center for Training has shown that the creation and use of collective spaces for women allows to develop relationships, both within the communities and also between the communities and the larger public, of a more equal nature. Ancient techniques such as the back strap loom or natural dyes are intertwined with techniques brought from outside such as the pedal loom or more modern ones such as sewing machines. Jolom Mayaetik shares this search with the French civil association: El Camino. Through this search they learn to adapt themselves to the demands of the market without forgetting the traditional designs. Each municipality has its own traditional style and traditional designs. The appendix includes the links to each municipality, and describes their weaving techniques and shows their traditional dress.

Keywords: French civil association; Jolom Mayaetik; weaving techniques

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