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Weaver’s Magic

Weaver’s Magic

Since its inception, more than 10 years ago, ESCVDO has maintained a close relationship with the pedal loom and with a group of talented weavers from the Peruvian Andes.

When Chiara Macchiavello founded ESCVDO, one of her first collaborators was Pedro Quincho, a master of the pedal pedal and a native of Huancavelica, a region in the Peruvian Andes. The relationship continues to this day, based on a shared taste for creation through weaving and innovation from the ancient techniques.


The pedal loom, a masterpiece of textile engineering, fuses artisanal tradition with mechanical precision. With its wooden frame, synchronized pedals and agile shuttle, it is much more than a tool; It is a tangible expression of human creativity.


Each movement, a choreographed dance, brings the artisan's vision to life. In each intertwining thread lies the connection between past and present, between manual skill and precise mechanics.


The pedal loom transcends cultural borders, from rustic looms in remote towns to modern workshops that preserve the ancestral essence. In the Peruvian Andes, the treadle loom stands as a link between a global form of weaving and the rich textile heritage of indigenous communities.


The skilled hands of the artisans spin stories into each strand, incorporating ancestral motifs that tell the connection with the land, nature and sacred beliefs. The vibrant color palettes reflect the cultural richness of the region. In combination with the aesthetic vision of ESCVDO, the result is a new look at a textile past that remains current and constantly reinvented.

With its wooden frame, synchronized pedals and agile shuttle, this loom it is much more than a tool: It is a tangible expression of human creativity.
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