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#Otomí tradition translates flora and fauna into magical, mythical creatures...What a rich experience to the curious mind, waking up every morning covered up by this #AmazingTenango!
An impressive piece of art, hand-embroidered by indigenous people from #Otomi Culture!! Designs may change because we sell them fast. So, please consider placing your order very fast. I will email you new pictures if this in particular displayed is sold at our shop before you place the order.
This is an authentic, awesome, handcrafted needlework of indigenous families from Tenango de Doria. I traveled to meet them there. Two to three months in the making!
Name: Otomi Animals
? We cut and sew base fabric, (not embroidered) on the edges to upgrade the original Otomi textile to:
Queen size Duvet:
Duvet cover length: 86 quot;
Duvet cover width: 86 quot;
King Size Duvet:
Duvet cover length: 86 quot;
Duvet cover width: 102 quot;
King Size Coverlet:
Bedspread length: 110 quot;
Bedspread width: 102 quot;
→ The embroidered area measures 74” x 74quot; approximately
→ 100% cotton
→ Threads naturally dyed
Our textiles sell very fast and best sellers may get automatically re-listed. Due to our product´s uniqueness and handmade nature, two pieces are never identical. All are gorgeous and authentic Otomi handmade pieces.
Color tones may not be identical, they can vary depending on your phone screen. Due to the direct lighting, the base of the textile may look pure white, but it’s a natural muslin color, off white tone. This organic natural look makes it look so beautiful and authentic.
The pictures listed are a close representation of what to expect but (in some listings) they may not be exactly the same to the piece you will receive.
Please convo me for more detail about your favorite otomi items.
⭐ Important highlights:
• Color tone
Color tones may vary depending on your phone screen.
If you want to know the exact color of the textile please contact me for more detail.
• Do you notice a smell or scent of a specified kind?
The Otomi artisans live in the Sierra Madre Oriental in the central state of Hidalgo. Most don#39;t have access to electricity nor home appliances as we do in urban areas. They often use firewood to cook and stay warm in their households.
Every textile is pre-washed by hand before shipping, but because of its handmade nature it is normal that the textiles keep a natural firewood aroma which is part of the very simple living that I personally adore from this very natural organic region.
• The truly handmade symbol
The nature of the hand embroidery process includes making a knot to secure the floss. In Mexico we call them “amarres”, they are not considered a defect but a proof that you have a unique handmade item in your hands. Don#39;t worry if you see any “loose flosses” ; they serve as a security knot for your embroidery. Some artisans do cut those ends, but it’s a matter of taste. I love leaving them there as it was the preference of each Otomi artisan.
• The Social Value of Imperfections
We don’t discriminate Otomi artisans by age. We value the mastery of Senior artisans in particular. Their vision may not be in their prime. Despite their circumstances, due to almost a miraculous experience they still create stunning pieces almost by score.
Please embrace and respect minor imperfections. Their challenging circumstances make their pieces even more valuable, as they represent sustainable living for talented women who have no other income.
Designs may change because we sell them fast. This design is unique so please contact me before placing your order if you want the exact design as presented in the picture. The estimated lead time for customized orders is 4 - 6 months approximately.
Care of the product:
- Hand or machine wash on a gentle wash cycle with cold water.
- Preferably use dish detergent or detergent for delicate clothes.
- Straighten and hang to dry.
- Preferably Iron after dry so the item will keep its texture.
- Can be dry-cleaned.
- Do not bleach.
About the Otomi Culture
The Otomi culture is one of the oldest Mesoamerican cultures. They live in the Sierra Madre mountains, in the Mexican state of Hidalgo.
The Otomi textiles, also known as tenangos, take months for the artisans to develop. Otomi artisans freely trace drawings on the white cotton creating harmonious pieces. Many describe this embroidery as satin stitch, but in Mexico we call it “pata de gallo”. It’s a beautiful and clean kind of embroidery, one side is fully embroidered while the back side is just countured, which also looks really beautiful.
The symbols and patterns on Otomi embroidery can be traced back to prehistoric roots in the area. Symbols range from animals and plants native to the Tenango area, abstract designs, people, and mythological creatures. Other symbols may represent fertility, nature and helpful spirits. Some say that they may be inspired by cave paintings in the Mexican Plateau area.
The first step in the process of making an authentic Otomi textile is to create the fabric with organic cotton.
When the fabric is finally ready they grab a pen and start designing freely and harmoniously whatever they may be inspired at the moment. They live surrounded by abundant flora and fauna so they mostly draw animals, plants and flowers. When they finish making the design they start the embroidery process in a beautiful “pata de gallo” stitch.
The threads are also naturally dyed with organic ingredients such as plants, insects and flowers creating amazing rich colors.
After they´ve finished the embroidery they wash it by hand and let it sun dry. The Sierra Madre is a very humid place so sometimes it may take more to dry.
This whole process takes at least 4 - 6 months to finish. It#39;s a long process and every single thing is handmade with care by the talented Otomi indigenous people.
Four months in the making, embroidery museum worthy! Please click to this link so you can see how a #Tenango is designed by our talented artisan Angelica.
And here, you can see one of our dearest embroiderers and her family; creating the Tenango (otomi fabric) in the most spectacular scenery: The Sierra Madre, in central Mexico.
Hope you enjoy them.
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