Design by Colorindio and handwoven and embroidered in the village of Pantelho, Chiapas. The indigenous women of this community use the backstrap loom to weave garments and textile preserving and celebrating their ancient heritage. This elegant and versatile piece, can be used as table cloth or as a throw adding texture to any sofa or living room seating arrangement
Dimensions: 180 x 280 cm
Material: 100% cotton
Made in: San Andres Larrainzar, Chiapas, Mexico
Artisans: Alejandro Perez
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About The Designer
COLORINDIO was founded in 2009 by Pola Parlange and Libia Moreno with a mission to weave stories of ancient cultures through fabric.
Guided by fair-trade principles, they started a collaboration with weavers’ communities in Chiapas, based on cooperation, friendship and values of equity and balance, providing a steady income for more than 150 women.
Each cushion cover, throw or placemats featuring in our collection is born out of this relationship and it’s an expression of weaving traditions and the rich cultural diversity of Mexico.
About The Technique
Back strap loom and hand embroidery