Traditionally used by the Huichol indigenous people of Mexico, Ojo de Dios, or God's Eye, is one of the most recognized depictions of Mexican art all over the world. Craft your own traditional Ojo de Dios while learning about its cultural significance and history.
Max 495 people
Typically 60 minutes
How It Works
Consisting of two or three pieces of wood tied at the center to form a cross, strands of colorful yarn are used to weave a concentric art piece. In this class, our host will guide you through all the steps of the Ojo de Dios crafting process. Participants will be learning how to wrap and tie yarn as well as weave decorative tassels to create their own unique art piece.
Hang your God's Eye on a window or a wall to bring protection, fortune, and good luck!