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Otomi women embroidering at her stand in Tequisquiapan, Queretaro,

Otomi women embroidering at her stand in Tequisquiapan, Queretaro,

lapinchecanela: Niña Niña otomí / Foto: Tetonalli Xoxoctic

lapinchecanela: Niña Niña otomí / Foto: Tetonalli Xoxoctic (NeoMexicanismos)

lapinchecanela: Niña Niña otomí / Foto: Tetonalli Xoxoctic

Otomi woman - Lo hecho en #México esta bien hecho

Muchos siglos antes de la conquista española el arte textil de México alcanzó un alto desarrollo. Sus técnicas complicadas y los bellos mot...

Hecha por manos de mujeres otomí, estos ricos bordados son también conocidos como “tenangos” por ser hechos por mujeres en Tenango de Doria en el estado de Hidalgo. Es muy fácil reconoc…

textile pattern of the week // OTOMI

Close-up of the beadwork on the yoke and sleeves of an Otomi blouse from San Juan Ixtenco, Tlaxcala Mexico

Close-up of the beadwork on the yoke and sleeves of an Otomi blouse from San Juan Ixtenco, Tlaxcala Mexico

love collecting culturally representative fabrics from my travels, and one of my favorites are the contemporary looking Tenango Textiles embroidered by the Otomi Indians in Mexico

love collecting culturally representative fabrics from my travels, and one of my favorites are the contemporary looking Tenango Textiles embroidered by the Otomi Indians in Mexico

Otomi People San Pablito

Traje Mexicano, Bordado Mexicano, Herencia, Cintura, Hermosa México, Telar, Regional, Tejer, Waist

This is a nicely embroidered woman's blouse from the Otomi community of San Ildefonso Tultepec in the state of Queretaro, Mexico

This is a nicely embroidered woman's blouse from the Otomi community of San Ildefonso Tultepec in the state of Queretaro, Mexico

Blog, Shame on Pottery Barn! The big name store is selling Chinese-made products under the ruse that they are artisan designs from the Otomi people of Mexico. THIS is a real artisan working her craft in Otomi embroidery, support ethical fashion!

SHAME ON POTTERY BARN

Blog, Shame on Pottery Barn! The big name store is selling Chinese-made products under the ruse that they are artisan designs from the Otomi people of Mexico. THIS is a real artisan working her craft in Otomi embroidery, support ethical fashion!

San Ildefonso Tultepec, an Otomi village in the State of Queretaro

San Ildefonso Tultepec, an Otomi village in the State of Queretaro