Authentic artisanal textiles from Mi Cielito Lindo Collective in San Juan Teotihuacan, Estado de Mexico. A backstrap loom is used by artisans to weave intricate patterns on wooden looms.
A symbol of Latino Pre-hispanic Culture, its use has been diverse, from men's wardrobes as the sarape to women's accessories as the rebozo to table runners.
This beautiful garment has been made for a long time in Mexico as a part of an ancestral artisan tradition. Its use is as versatile as its designs. There is a unique way in which each region makes the rebozo. Weaving these threads together creates a stunning harmony of color that many women and men proudly wear.
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