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About a year ago I saw an exhibition the excavation at Sipan, (also
Peru?) where the remains of a culture called the Moche were found.
In it were some examples of strips of fabric woven on a tapestry
loom. Tapestry weaving is very easy to learn and a tapestry loom
can be made very simple as well.
If you do use weaving as one of your activities, I would love to hear
The Toledo Museum of Art
The University of Toledo
On Sun, 27
Oct 1996, Ticia Valentine wrote:
> Hello all you artsy people!
> I am trying to plan a lesson for fifth graders that integrates with
> a unit that my fifth graders are currently studying about the Aztecs, Incas,
> and the Mayas. I am wondering if any of these groups did some outstanding
> weaving of some sort. My knowledge of these cultures is very limited.
> If you have any ideas for me, let me know!
> Ticia M. Valentine
> First Flight Elementary School
> Kill Devil hills, NC