Photo shoot volunteers shine!

Special thanks to everyone involved in Threads of Peru most recent photo shoot, which was carried out over a few days in different locations, including Cusco and the Sacred Valley.

Henrik models a poncho specially designed for those who ride Peruvian Paso horses in shows and require a special poncho to do so.

Alana models a big market bag.

Most important on the thank you list are Coco Harrison who played the important role of Photo Shoot Coordinator, and was responsible for the beautiful set ups and attention to detail.   And lots of thanks to photographer Melinda Cross, with many of the indoor shots being taken at her new Yoga Mandala Sacred Valley located in Arin. (Coming soon to:

Thank you to the following models who gave up their time to contribute to the cause:  Phoebe Calcutt, Alana Mosher Rotondo, Carrie, Beth Cox, Hendrik Hofstra (aka the Poncho model), Threads of Peru Textiles Project Assistant Fani Karaivanova and husband Saul.

Hans models a striped scarf in the doorway of his vegetarian restaurant Prasada, Choquechacha street cusco

Also thanks to Hans Koster Salini  pictured modeling a striped scarf in the doorway of his really great vegetarian restaurant – Prasada =  located at Choquechaca 152 Cusco.

For a better look at the models and the images, check out our ebay store
Thank you again, to everyone involved.

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About angiehodder

Threads of Peru is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization (ngo) registered in Cusco, Peru. The founding members represent the countries of Canada, Australia, and Peru. “Threads of Peru has been created to educate the world about the unique beauty and cultural significance of the Andean people and their textile traditions. Through the web, community tours, and international sales, we connect indigenous Andean weavers of Peru to a global market; contributing to the survival of this art form and to the health and well-being of the people that sustain it.” This is our blog where we write about our community projects and activities with community members. Our website it

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