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Maya Highlands - Women's Handwoven Cotton Tunic Top

Item # 54699

Preserves 6 acre(s) of rainforest.

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Belarmino Alvarez exalts the uniqueness of Guatemala's textile art in the design of this tunic blouse. It is woven of kashquem cotton, a very fine, delicate type of weave that only a few weavers in Cobán are capable of achieving. The zigzag patterns honor Guatemala's mountainous landscape, and natural dyes offer a palette of colors that include blue, green, grey and burgundy.
  • Sheer rating: Semi-sheer
  • Machine wash separately in cold water
  • Weight: 0.2 lb
  • 100% cotton
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

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July 19, 2014 - I adore the fabric and colors. Since it is not stretchy like a t-shirt, I cannot get it on and off easily with my bad shoulder. I have to return it. I wish they would make a cardigan out of this material. That would probably work for me to layer.

Artisan: Belarmino Alvarez

Artisan Belarmino Alvarez Belarmino Alvarez says, 'As a child I developed a fascination for Central American cultures, and so my dream was to visit Latin America. I was born in Spain and moved to Guatemala in 1985. Little by little I gained access to the textile world of Guatemala, getting to know weavers and artisans, and so becoming a part of each others' life. I decided to work with organic cotton and natural dyes. My love for textiles grabbed me by the hand and took me places I had never before imagined.'

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