Another Rosa, with her daughter Ruth. “They collaborated with us on some embroidery projects,” says Aguiñiga. The reason some of the traditional crafts aren’t being passed on, she explains, is that as villages become more Westernized, the daughters become less interested in learning hard-core weaving techniques.
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Another Rosa, with her daughter Ruth. “They collaborated with us on some embroidery projects,” says Aguiñiga. The reason some of the traditional crafts aren’t being passed on, she explains, is that as villages become more Westernized, the daughters become less interested in learning hard-core weaving techniques.