Peruvian textiles are woven from sheep's wool, alpaca and llama. The wool is processed as it always has been, with a drop spindle. Every village has its own weaving patterns. There are thousands of techniques, layouts, styles and practices associated with Peruvian weaving.
Weave the yarn over and under the straws. Keep the weaving as tight as possible. As the straws become wrapped in yarn, slide the straws down to re-expose them. Continue weaving until your piece reaches the desired length.