The name Cojolya is taken from an ancient Maya settlement. Legend recounts it was here that the Tzutujil Maya artists and sculptors bought their creations to life.
The Cojolya Association of Mayan Women Weavers is a non-profit organization located in the Tzutujil community on the shores of the world-famous Lake Atitlan. Since 1985, Cojolya has been providing sustainable, fair trade work to some 80 women who weave using the traditional back strap loom. They... read more