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Otomi patterns can be used for anything!

Otomi patterns can be used for anything!

Love the Otomi coverlet/tablecloth in hot pink! Looks like a fun place for tea!

Love the Otomi coverlet/tablecloth in hot pink! Looks like a fun place for tea!

LOVING Otomi...need to figure out how to incorporate into the house...which room is getting a makeover?

LOVING Otomi...need to figure out how to incorporate into the house...which room is getting a makeover?

Mexican Home Decor - Travel Style Guide | The Travel Tester

Mexican Home Decor - Travel Style Guide

natural cotton canvas, thread, and coloring. These beautiful embroideries are handmade by Mexican Otomi Indians. Help sustain an old tradition in jeopardy

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You cannot call us stenciling virgins any longer.  Not that you would, but if you had a hankering... you can't.  Sorry not sorry about that...

You cannot call us stenciling virgins any longer. Not that you would, but if you had a hankering... you can't. Sorry not sorry about that...

Otomi textiles originate from the indigenous Otomi people of Hidalgo and Queretaro, Mexico. An ancient craft using hand embroidering techniques, Otomi textiles, known as tenangos, incorporate colorful images of animals and native people. The real and mystical imagery of the textiles depict the Otomi cosmovision originally recorded in regional cliff drawings.

Otomi textiles originate from the indigenous Otomi people of Hidalgo and Queretaro, Mexico. An ancient craft using hand embroidering techniques, Otomi textiles, known as tenangos, incorporate colorful images of animals and native people. The real and mystical imagery of the textiles depict the Otomi cosmovision originally recorded in regional cliff drawings.

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