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Ixil Collective products are all inspired by and sourced from the Ixil region of Guatemala using only natural and upcycled fibers.

Most products are woven on the backstrap loom, while some are hand-embroidered or hand-knotted.

Learn more about our social impact and environmental commitment.

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    Textile Face Masks

    Regular price From $5.00 USD
    Regular price $8.50 USD Sale price From $5.00 USD
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    Ixil Textile Postcards (Set of 5)

    Regular price $11.50 USD
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    Ixil Textile Postcards (Set of 5)Ixil Textile Postcards (Set of 5)
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    Gift Card

    Regular price From $10.00 USD
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    Textile Cards (Set of 4)

    Regular price $42.00 USD
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    Textile Cards (Set of 4)Textile Cards (Set of 4)
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    Cinta Earrings

    Regular price $24.00 USD
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    Cinta EarringsCinta Earrings
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    Amanecer Tres Volcanes Pillow Cover

    Regular price From $59.00 USD
    Regular price $89.00 USD Sale price From $59.00 USD
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    Atardecer Tres Volcanes Pillow Cover

    Regular price $79.00 USD
    Regular price $89.00 USD Sale price $79.00 USD
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Why Ixil Collective?

Ixil [ee-sheel] Collective is a collaboration between Maya Ixil weavers and an American designer. 

Because the Ixil region of Guatemala is far off the beaten tourist path, there is very little direct access to a market for artisans. Instead, artisans (primarily indigenous women) sell their wares for dismal prices to middlemen who then transport them to large markets in other parts of the country and turn a profit for themselves.

Ixil Collective was created to help these remote artisans earn a more substantial market share.

All designs are based on traditional Ixil dress and motifs and are made by Ixil artisans living in the towns of Chajul, Cotzal and Nebaj in the Quiché region of Guatemala.

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