Frazada (Spanish) for blanket, these thick woolen Peruvian Frazadas are traditionally made in the Andes and original used to protect against the cold temperatures in the highlands. Every frazada is unique in pattern and colors, every weaver use his own techniques as learn of his family for generations.
also there is a big difference between the frazadas made in the south of Perú and the ones made in mid Perú.
The Frazadas are made of sheep or alpaca wool or mix, dyed with natural dyes from plants, fruits, insects and roots. the next step in the process is to spun the fibers, so that it can be used for weaving. Traditional the frazadas are woven on a backstap loom. Every Frazada is sewn together in the middle with a whipstitch. The reason is that they weaving a half the width but two times the lenght, then they cut it in the middle and sewn it together. The frazada is often finished with a crocheted edge. To make pillow cases they cut the frazada in the size they needed. Bags can be made from the remaining pieces.
These thickly woven frazadas (and pillowcases) are perfect for use in modern interiors as rugs, bed runners, wall hangings, picnic blankets. etc.
Because of their durable nature, frazadas also make a great material for upholstery projects.
Also you can sell these frazadas, pillowcases (one face, two faces) and bags
Before shipment we check all the items in Lima and correct for loose wires and little other errors.
Frazadas minimum QTY: 12 pieces
Pillowcases minimum QTY: 24 pieces
Bags minimum QTY: 24 pieces
Only wholesale: contact us for more information.