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Mexican Artisan Embroidery Art

Mexican Artisan Embroidery Art

Regular price $29.00 CAD
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My recent trip to Mexico was truly remarkable, and I returned with some amazing souvenirs. My primary purpose for being in Oaxaca was to find the unique handmade crafts that it's well-known for, and everything exceeded expectations.

If you followed my travel journey on Instagram and Facebook, you may have seen some of the artistry I encountered. Now is your chance to gain access to the amazing textiles I found while abroad. By owning one of my treasured finds, you too can join me in reliving the journey I had!

This unique piece, as well as some other treasures, are available now on our website and in person in our Studio.


This is a stunning piece of fabric art from the Oaxaca State but in a small village in Huatulco area, called Copalita. Copalita is by the south part on the Ocean and where I stayed my last week in Mexico. It it made from a local woman, Juana and her mother-in-law, who make gorgeous hand embroidery pieces. This is cotton yarn on cotton cloth and done in the punch-needle style. It is a single gorgeous rose that is actually from a larger piece that I have cut up and framed. Whenever I travel I love to buy art as keepsakes, and since I love textiles so much, I love to frame gorgeous pieces of handmade textiles as art. The other part of the piece is framed and will personally hang up in my house. My way of sharing a bit of the magic.

A bright design that is traditional and yet modern. I also simply framed it in all white so the rose stands out that much more. Frame included :)

For other pieces in the Mexican Treasures Collection, click here.


Frame: 13" x 17"
Rose Art: 7.5" x 9.5"

Handmade in Copalita, Oaxaca, Mexico.

*the last couple photos are from the Copalita area.


Handmade in Oaxaca Mexico by local artisans.


Wash by hand in cold water with mild soap or detergent.

*The scarves especially need to be handwashed because of the delicate weave and the fringe. Scarves are worn over top other garments so do not need to be washed regularly. If stained you can also try just spot cleaning.

*A great sustianable trick to refresh clothing is to put it in a bag in your freezer, rather washing.

*If anything gets creased, steam is always best and using the trick to hang up in the washroom when you have a steamy shower always works, especially if traveling!

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