Its striking bright colors and cozy wool blend make this table cloth an instant favorite. This fabric showcases the artisanal pedal-loom method using the artisans’ feet to alternately lift and lower the thread. Woven in a small home workshop in San Antonio Palopó, supplying fair wages to indigenous cooperatives.
The Remolacha Table Cloth makes the perfect gift as a unique, versatile piece that you will treasure for a lifetime. Protect your table or spruce up your room by putting it on display. Makes a great throw.
Every Hiptipico table cloth is handmade by Maya artisans which produces one-of-a-kind variations. This makes them uniquely charming and distinct from factory-made accessories.
Give Back: Your purchase provides a dignified job opportunity to female artisans in rural Guatemala, aiding in their quest to escape poverty.
H 42", W 42"
This item is made-to-order in Guatemala and delivery is approximately 6 weeks. Please allow extra transit time for international destinations.
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Origin: Santa Cruz del Quiché
Ethnicity Maya K'iche'
Over three decades ago, Juana made the brave journey from a small village outside of Santa Cruz del Quiche to Panajachel to explore opportunities as a young artisan. Here she met her husband, who shares her ambitious dreams and passion for textiles, and they made a life together in Pana. Together they established their vibrant stall on Calle Santander, smartly located on the main tourist drag in Panajachel. Their locale features gorgeous traditional textiles, embroidered blankets and unique vintage finds. Now, Juana says the stand is more important than ever because it generates the funds to send their six children to school.Shop Juana's collection!