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Chiapas Maya culture and fabrics

traditional Maya patterns from Chiapas, Mexico - Download Abstract

chiapas in Fashion

Mayan woman in the high country of Guatemala at her loom

Not Chiapas textiles - still Mayan influence on weaving cloth - Mayan woman in the high country of Guatemala at her loom

Fiber Arts of the Oaxacan South Coast - Oaxaca Mexico regions textiles

Zapotec Rugs Oaxaca Wool rugs and wall hangings displayed at the home and workshop of Bulmaro Perez in Teotitlan del Valle, Oaxaca Mexico. I would love some of them for my home, so I can feel you Mexico nearer to me!

Chiapas Mx Textiles

Museum of Traditional Textiles: Pictures Chiapas South Mexico

Chiapas textiles

Textiles of Chiapas – January 2011

Chiapas textiles

For centuries Chiapas women have woven and brocaded gowns for the images of their gods, who are now identified with the Virgin and Catholic Saints. These sacred textiles, stored in the saints' coffers, are still the source of their art and a symbol of their Maya identity.

Among the Chiapas Maya, brocade is perceived not only as an art form, but also as a sacred duty ordained by the gods and perfected by the ancestors

Chiapas Textiles

Chiapas Maya culture and fabrics

Chiapas Maya culture and fabrics

traditional Maya patterns from Chiapas, Mexico

Churches in Mexico: ✭ Steps leading to the Iglesia of Guadalupe during the Fiesta de Virgin, San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas

Oaxaca Textiles

Oaxaca Textiles

Backstrap weaving, guatemala.   At Trama we use traditional techniques to produce surerior quality fabrics.

Visit a fair trade textiles cooperative in Xela, Guatemala.

Textile Art of Chiapas Maya

In the state of Chiapas in southwestern Mexico, Maya-speaking women weave intricate designs into their textiles by adding colored yarn into the warp and weft of their backstrap looms

Oaxaca Textiles

Living Textiles of Mexico

Brown scarf handwoven by women artisans in Guatemalan weaving cooperative Trama Textiles #ethicalfashion #fairtrade #whomadeyourclothes

Brown Scarf Light Shawl handmade by Trama Textiles, a women´s weaving cooperative in Guatemala.

For centuries Chiapas women have woven and brocaded gowns for the images of their gods, who are now identified with the Virgin and Catholic Saints. These sacred textiles, stored in the saints' coffers, are still the source of their art and a symbol of their Maya identity.

Textile Art of Chiapas Maya

Palenque was a Maya city state in southern Mexico that flourished in the 7th century. The Palenque ruins date back to 226 BC to around 799 AD. Wikipedia

Palenque was a Maya city state in southern Mexico that flourished in the century. The Palenque ruins date back to 226 BC to around 799 AD.

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Each Mayan Village in Guatemala has its own distinctive textile pattern, making it possible to determine a persons home town by what shes wearing

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