"We know the social and environmental impact that the textile industry has, we want to be the change." 

Arudeko was founded in 2016 by sisters Nailea and Denisse Arnaiz. Both Graduates in Textile Design from the Ibeoamerican University. 

Nailea and Denisse truly value the tradition of weaving, a craft that has been handed down from generation to generation, and the way families work together to divide the tasks of carding, spinning, dyeing and weaving the wool. 

ARUDEKO uses local natural dyes, such as pomegranate peel, cempasúchil flower, nanche stick, guamúchil, grana cochineal, nutshell, indigo, hay, among others. Being a product of nature, these ingredients are used according to the season and used sustainably. 

Each product is made by hand and carries with it a bit of the soul and love of the maker.