San Antonino Dress beige with blue embroidery
San Antonino Dress beige with blue embroidery
San Antonino Dress beige with blue embroidery
San Antonino Dress beige with blue embroidery garment

San Antonino Dress beige with blue embroidery

Regular price €190,00
Sale price €190,00 Regular price
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San Antonino Dress beige with blue embroidery

San Antonino Dress beige with blue embroidery

Regular price €190,00
Sale price €190,00 Regular price
Product Description
San Antonino Dress beige with blue embroidery

The dress is made of cotton with hand embroidered flowers around the neck and sleeves. They also have in the center another path of flowers.

These flowers, or pensamientos as they are called in the community, are first hand drawn on the fabric and then cut and embroidered by hand. Later the pieces are joined and in the center just below the chest the pieces are joined under the technique called ""hazme si puedes"", where figures of men and women are embroidered intercalated and holding hands representing a united and working people. Each piece is unique and unrepeatable so it has its own peculiarities of its manual manufacture, these small imperfections should not be seen as flaws but as part of its unique character. Elaboration time 3 weeks

*Price do not include any accessories

Material
Measures
Care Instructions
Additional Info
100% cotton with silk thread 130 cm length
50 cm width, but it becomes 20 cm wider because it has tabs on the chest.
Hand wash in cold water with mild soap and dry in the shade Length measurements are taken from shoulder to hem.
Width measurements are taken from one side at bust level.
Artisan
San Antonino Dress beige with blue embroidery

Fausto, Zegache, Oaxaca

San Antonino Dresses and Blouses

Fausto is mainly organized with his family, his mother and sister. He learned the art of woving about 10 years ago. He initially started this craft to preserve his mother’s tradition, but today he has learned to master this art.

He and his family focus mainly on drawing, cutting, weaving and gathering. They also work on embroidery, but normally they are supported by another group of artisans from the community of Miahuatlán.

Fausto is a young man, eager to learn and grow. He has a great patience and attitude, and it has been a pleasure to visit him and see how he does his work with a lot of dedication and effort.

Product Description

San Antonino Dress beige with blue embroidery

The dress is made of cotton with hand embroidered flowers around the neck and sleeves. They also have in the center another path of flowers.

These flowers, or pensamientos as they are called in the community, are first hand drawn on the fabric and then cut and embroidered by hand. Later the pieces are joined and in the center just below the chest the pieces are joined under the technique called ""hazme si puedes"", where figures of men and women are embroidered intercalated and holding hands representing a united and working people. Each piece is unique and unrepeatable so it has its own peculiarities of its manual manufacture, these small imperfections should not be seen as flaws but as part of its unique character. Elaboration time 3 weeks

*Price do not include any accessories



Material

100% cotton with silk thread


Measures

130 cm length
50 cm width, but it becomes 20 cm wider because it has tabs on the chest.


Care Instructions

Hand wash in cold water with mild soap and dry in the shade


Additional Info

Length measurements are taken from shoulder to hem.
Width measurements are taken from one side at bust level.

Artisan

San Antonino Dress beige with blue embroidery

Fausto, Zegache, Oaxaca

San Antonino Dresses and Blouses

Fausto is mainly organized with his family, his mother and sister. He learned the art of woving about 10 years ago. He initially started this craft to preserve his mother’s tradition, but today he has learned to master this art.

He and his family focus mainly on drawing, cutting, weaving and gathering. They also work on embroidery, but normally they are supported by another group of artisans from the community of Miahuatlán.

Fausto is a young man, eager to learn and grow. He has a great patience and attitude, and it has been a pleasure to visit him and see how he does his work with a lot of dedication and effort.