These gorgeous quechquemitles (a garment which has been worn by certain indigenous ethnicities in Mexico since the pre Hispanic period) are from Sierra Norte de Puebla in Hueyapan, Puebla, Mexico, which is also known as "La Cuna del Chal Bordad (the birthplace of the embroidered shawl)"
Pedal loomed and finished with hand knotted fringe detail. Hand embroidered pre-hispanic floral and fauna native motifs in punta de cruz (crosspoint stitch)
One size fits all
Designs and colors can slightly vary for each garment
Vendor:Available exclusively on Mexico In My Pocket via Leyenda Designs.
Jaquelyn founded Leyenda Designs in the Spring of 2016 in an effort to share the beauty of her heritage with the world. Having worked in New York City in the home decor industry for many years, Jaquelyn was inspired to mesh her eye for great design with her roots.
Jaquelyn has been fortunate enough to visit her mother's family in Mexico often and has constantly been exposed to the many vivid colors, handcrafts, and its vast culture.
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