Carapan, Mexican Folk Art Gallery.
Embroidered Blanket w Deer Mexican Textile by Mazahua Indigenous People
ABOUT THIS MEXICAN INDIGENOUS TEXTILE
This embroidered Mexican blanket is a masterpiece crafted by Mazahua Indigenous People. It is 100% Wool and it is fully decorated with finely embroidered pattern of deer and flowers. The 7.7 x 7.2Ft wool blanket was crafted using a manually operated pedal loom. Mazahua means in Náhuatl "people of the deer", which is considered to be a sacred animal. Mazahua indigenous people live in the state of Mexico and Michoacán. This piece in particular was crafted at Boca de la Cañada, Michoacán.
|SIZE||7.7 x 7.2 ft / 235 x 220 cm|
||Double. (Also Looks nice on KS as bedspread)
|MADE OF||100% Wool|
|TECHNIQUE||Hand embroidered over pedal loomed fabric.|