Her journey into the art of embroidery is an inspiring tale she shares with us. Tenango de Doria, renowned for its Otomi heritage, is where this craft finds its roots. Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Otomi embroidery, characterized by intricate small cross-stitches, featuring vivid depictions of birds, flowers, roosters, and other animals. Each design is a reflection of the daily life and cosmic vision of the Otomi people. Silvia's dedication to her craft and her connection to the vibrant colors of her art shine through these placemats. Beyond being simple table accessories, these placemats are a cultural statement and a tribute to art. Adorn your dining table with the heritage and traditions of Otomi culture and transform your meals into a colorful celebration of life. Make these placemats a part of your dining experience, and let the magic of Otomi embroidery enhance your home.
BACK TO THE PRODUCT DETAILS:
- Measurements: 45 cm x 36 cm
- Function: Home decor.
- Technique: The Tenango stitch is generally a small, tight, cross stitch, embroidered with cotton thread.
- Materials: 100% embroidered cotton on 100% cotton fabric.
- Working time: 12 days
- Product Care: To clean, machine wash inside a fabric bag. Gentle machine or hand washed with room temperature water and non-corrosive laundry soap. Carefully steam iron or wet the fabric with a light spray of water before ironing.
What's in the box? 2x Mexican Embroidered Placemats