These large wall tapestries are both painted and embroidered by Amazonian Shipibo women. The cotton is harvested in the Amazon jungle and the dyes used in the tapestries are hand-crafted from nature. Some of the items state both "tapestry" and "wrap skirt". This is based on sizing. The smaller textiles that are rectuangular as opposed to square are frequently worn as clothing by the Shipibo women.
Hand embroidered meditation circles from the women of the Shipibo tribe. These items can be used on an altar or as wall hangings. They are made from cotton harvested from the Amazon jungle and the threads are hand-dyed by natural plant dyes cultivated and created by the Shipibo artists who create them.