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This shawl is a unique and an unrepeatable piece created by Mujeres Sembrando la Vida, a group of 70 artisans from Zinacantán, Chiapas. They are independent and participatory women who work for the wellbeing of their families.

This group is located in an agricultural region where the flowers represented in their clothing are grown there. Very active women who keep their textiles in trend according to the season of the year. They are women from different communities who speak the language Tsotsil, and who master different textile techniques, as the backstrap loom and embroidery.

100% Cotton. Hand-wash with similar colors in cold water. Use neutral soap. Do not use bleach. Do not wring. Hang dry in the shade. Hot iron


Creator: Juxta
Country: Mexico
Community: Zinacantan
Technique: Telar
Material: Cotton

You have 15 calendar days to return an item from the date you received it. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. Your item must be in the original packaging.

Your item needs to have the receipt or proof of purchase.


Meaningful Shopping: At getting this piece you can be sure not only that you are getting a one a kind beautiful piece but also you are making an impact in the artisan and his family by helping them to make a living and to preserve their techniques that have been in their families for generations.

Sustainable: This piece was made all-natural and is eco-friendly, nothing is automatical everything is made by hand, the artisan uses only natural materials, things from the same land and organic pigments to create the pieces.

Fairtrade: The artisans that made this piece were well paid. We highly value their work and treat it with respect and admiration.

Handmade: This piece is unique, 100% handmade.

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