Otomi Textiles Mexico  The large embroidered cloth as well as several smaller ones were made in the Otomi community of Tenango de Doria, Hidalgo state, Mexico. They are displayed for sale in a crafts market in the city of Oaxaca, Mexico

Otomi Textiles Mexico The large embroidered cloth as well as several smaller ones were made in the Otomi community of Tenango de Doria, Hidalgo state, Mexico. They are displayed for sale in a crafts market in the city of Oaxaca, Mexico

Indigo resist dyed cotton textile, Nigeria, 1950's

Design created through tied- and stitched-resist patterning methods, in white on a deep blue ground.

Design Inspiration: Design Inspiration: Fabulous Frida

Design Inspiration: Design Inspiration: Fabulous Frida

Embroidery - Pascala Hernandez of Zinacantan Chiapas

This colorful blue bird was embroidered by Pascuala Hernandez of Zinacantan Chiapas Mexico on cloth that she had woven on her backstrap loom

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This colorful embroidered cloth was made in the Otomi community of Tenango de Doria, Hidalgo, Mexico. It is exhibited at the Museo de Arte Popular in Mexico City

Get lost in the folk art themes of our Otomi Folk Art Wall Stencil. Inspired by the richly embroidered textiles of the Mexican design of the Otomi people, this stencil is a great way to add a bold acc

Otomi Folk Art Wall Stencil

Our Otomi Folk Art Furniture Stencil is inspired by the richly embroidered textiles of the Mexican design of the Otomi people. This playful animal stencil is a great size for stenciling a tabletop, dr:

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