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MESOAMERICAN TSIKULI GODS' EYES*

MESOAMERICAN TSIKULI GODS' EYES*

Making tsikuli likely originated in pre-Columbian times in the Indigenous communities of the Americas.  They are created following traditions deeply rooted in healing, protection, and striving for harmony with nature, unrelated to Christianity.  Using sticks and yarn they are simple and meditative to make and beautiful to display -- some call them cat's eyes!

 

Working with fibers helps with fine motor skills, stress reduction, cognitive improvement, boosts self-esteem, and regulates anxiety, happiness, and mood!

Best for ages 6 years to adult
70-90 minutes

BUILD A SERIES WITH:

Native California: Miwok & Ohlone

Native America Southwest

Olmec, Maya & Aztec

Weaving Around the World

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