cross stitch embroidered peacocks little animals and flowers.
Hand finished macrame style edge
The quechquemitl is a garment which has been worn by certain indigenous ethnicities in Mexico since the pre Hispanic period. It usually consists of two pieces of rectangular cloth, often woven by hand, which is sewn together to form a poncho or shawl like garment, which is usually worn hanging off the shoulders.
Please be mindful that this piece is a handmade
in the Sierra Norte de Puebla in Hueyapan, Puebla
a beautiful work of art , and may tell its story through minor imperfection.