Central American Tableware
Was looking for a simple, cleanly designed tablecloth without a busy pattern and found this. It's such a pretty blue, and I love the rustic woven-in print. This reminds me of the fabric my great grandmother made on her old loom. Thank you for your craft! I'm happy to display this on my antique dining table. (I was also tempted to use this as a very light blanket/throw.)
This weaving is very jewel-like, so lovely. And it's meticulously woven. I live in New Mexico and my particular region is known for its weaving tradition. This piece holds up to these centuries-old weaving houses. It's going to be perfect in my home.
"Developing a new design is like planning for the birth of a baby. I draw, cut the wood, carve it, sand it and take it apart until I have a finished piece that makes me happy."
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Set of 6 Cotton Placemats and Napkins in Blue from Guatemala, "Colors of the Sea"
Guatemalan Teakwood Artisan Handmade 10-inch Bowl, "Forest Mosaic"
Hand Crafted Wood Salad Serving Set, "Red Chili Pepper"