29 August 2006


Rari is a rural community located south from Santiago, in Chile's seventh region. It is renowned for its woven crafts, teached from mothers to daughters.
The fact that makes Rari's handicraft so special is that it is made of horsehair! This unusual material is brightly colored and weaved to create witches, butterflies and flowers.
I saw this Rari handicrafts and thought you would like them.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

These crafts look so light and delicate--I can't believe they're made of horsehair! The colors are so bright and cheerful. And thanks for visiting my blog. Hershey was annoyed, but she really didn't mind the hat so much ;).

8/29/2006 3:42 AM  
Blogger J. Brantes said...

Tu estilo de mostrar chile me gusta aun creo que tienes mucho que mostrar, ya puedo darme el tiempo de dejar aqui mi comentario y felicitar tu idea

saludos desde chile

8/29/2006 10:42 AM  
Blogger Edulabbe said...

Cristina: It was a she? Then she looked beautiful!... LOL

J. Brantes: Gracias por tus comentarios. La idea es que haya alguna muestra de nuestro país entre estos City Daily Photo (¡y espero ir mejorando la técnica!).
¡Viva Chile!

8/29/2006 4:32 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

Vivid colours!

8/29/2006 9:36 PM  
Blogger Jazzy said...

Very colorful display. I like it a lot.
Thx for stopping by =)

8/30/2006 3:36 AM  
Blogger Meg Nakagawa said...

Where can I find out more about the woven dolls? I am a weaver (of textiles) and wonder if this is like a fine basket weaving technique.

8/30/2006 5:36 AM  
Blogger photowannabe said...

beautiful,colorful display photo

8/30/2006 1:09 PM  
Blogger Mauricio said...


Muy lindo está Chile sob tus ojos, buenas fotografias, te felicito.

Saludos cariocas!

8/30/2006 7:22 PM  
Blogger Mauricio said...

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8/30/2006 7:22 PM  
Blogger Edulabbe said...

Thanks again for all your comments.
Meg, you can find a little more info (in spanish) here:


and here:


I don't think that there's much info, as the technique is tought from mother to daughter only in this town.

8/30/2006 10:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Like them a lot.

8/30/2006 10:51 PM  
Blogger Lisi said...

that's a very special form of art!

8/31/2006 7:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More information about Rari can be found at:



9/14/2006 10:18 PM  
Blogger Emerson Basoalto Toro said...


Quiero aportar a este post, soy de Rari y me me estado preocupando de mantener las Wikis en los diferentes idiomas, pero adicionalmente estoy haciendo la recopilación fotografica mas importante que hay del crin, esta se puede ver en la web de la agrupación mas importante del pueblo de Rari, Maestra Madre web: www.maestramadre.cl

Cualquier consulta la pueden hacer a crinrari@gmail.com

Saludos y felicitaciones por las fotos.

Emerson, desde Rari - Chile

2/27/2009 7:39 AM  

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